Resources

HRC Booklets Online

Most HRC publications are available for you to read on-line. Printed copies of booklets are also available in the HRC Resource and Assistive Technology Center.

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Transition to Adulthood explores the move from adolescent to adulhood, including planning, resource options, and more.

What Services Are Available for HRC Infants and Toddlers?
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What Services Are Available for HRC School-Aged Children and Families?
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What Services Are Available for HRC Adults?
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Your HRC Service Coordinator explains the role of your Service Coordinator in working together with you and your family.
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History and Background of Regional Centers

Read About the History of Develomental Services in California.
Read about the Regional Center system Partners in Lifelong Support
Read about our mission and core values: Planning for the 21st Century

Working With Our Families/Getting Started With HRC

Ages and Stages: Information for Various Turning Points in Your Child's Life

  • Hand In Hand provides a guide to early Intervention services at HRC.
  • Learning in Everyday Places reviews the benefits of early intervention services provided in environments where children without disabilities typically spend their time.
  • Moving On At Age Three offers a guide to the transition from early intervention services, to programs which serve children over age 3.
  • Team Up With Your Schools is a handbook to help you work collaboratively with your public school district when your child is receiving special education services.
  • Working with the Schools on Transition: A Booklet for Parents of Younger Teens
  • Transition to Adulthood explores the move from adolescent to adulhood, including planning, resource options, and more.
  • Its All About Options: Living Arrangements for Adults with Developmental Disabilties
  • Conservatorship provides information about types of conservatorships that assign decision making rights to caretakers of people with disabilities, and what alternatives may be available to achieve the same kinds of protections and supports.
  • Special Needs Trust: A Guide For Parents describes a type of legal arrangement that a family may make for a son or daughter with a disability that provides financial support for the child throughout is lifetime.

Making It Happen: Services and Supports

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