Services for Infants & Toddlers

Available Services for Infants & Toddlers

Overview
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Many times our clients or parents/ family members ask us for information on the services that are available. We have developed this list to provide you with an overview of these services. Please keep in mind that services are determined on an individualized basis. Services must be identified as needed on the Individual/Family Services Plan (IFSP), and provided in accordance with Harbor Regional Center service policies, which are posted on our website.

Some services are provided by publicly funded community agencies, such as Medi-Cal, Head Start, etc., and some are funded by HRC, after we have met the requirement of exploring all other possible funding sources.

We know that you want to understand the variety of services available, so that you can be a well-informed participant in the service planning process. Here is a list of some of the services and supports that are commonly recommended for infants and toddlers (age birth to three) and their families.

Download a PDF version of the full list of services

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DDS Family Outcomes Survey

November 2022

The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) recently mailed and emailed surveys to families  who have participated in the Early Start Program. DDS uses the feedback received from these surveys to create a better experience for new families participating the in the Early Start Program. Please complete the survey by November 30, 2022.

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Services Provided by HRC Staff Members

Assessment and Consultation

Your Service Coordinator may arrange for a meeting with one of HRC’s specialists, or a multi-disciplinary team, to evaluate your child’s needs and provide you with consultation. Assessment and consultation may assist in providing or clarifying a diagnosis, determining what type of services and supports are needed, identifying health and infant/family mental health needs, supporting eligibility for a publicly-funded benefit, etc. HRC has specialists with expertise in Early Childhood Development, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Infant/Family Mental Health, Behavior Intervention, Medicine, Genetics, Nursing, Dental Hygiene, Pharmacy, Nutrition, Financial and Health Benefits, Special Education, and Law.

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Services that HRC Purchases from Programs and Clinicians in the Community

Behavior Services

Behavior services are available to assist parents/ caregivers to apply principles of behavior intervention, and teach new skills using individualized and practical examples.

Day Care

For working parents of children who are not able to receive care from typical daycare resources, HRC may provide daycare support in a typical daycare setting or in home.

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Budget Changes Affecting Regional Center Services

July 2021 Budget Trailer Bill

On this webpage we provide a summary of some of the changes to regional center services that are the result of the recently enacted Developmental Services Budget Trailer Bill, AB 136.

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Hand in Hand

A Guide to Early Intervention Services at Harbor Regional Center

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Welcome to Harbor Regional Center and our Early Childhood Services program. For the next few years – at least until your infant or toddler is three – we’ll be working hand in hand with you to provide the best possible early intervention services for your child with  developmental delays.

We want you to know that you are not alone. You are part of a caring team of people who really do understand, and are here to help you make informed decisions.

We are here to listen and respond with information and coordination of services. We encourage families to be active participants in the process of planning and decision-making.

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Hand in Hand: Early Intervention

Hand in Hand: Early Intervention

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Moving On At Age Three

Another Exciting Transition Awaits

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As children in our Early Start program approach age 3, another exciting transition awaits – the transition out of the Early Intervention program into a world of expanded opportunities. For most children, this Transition results in the child’s entrance into the school system