Adaptive Equipment and Supplies: wheelchairs, bath equipment, personal lifts, etc
Behavioral Intervention Programs: assessment, training, and consultation with family, care givers or program - for consumers who pose a serious threat to their living arrangement/program
Childcare: children under 13 years old
Counseling Services and Psychotherapy: consumers have been involved in the criminal justice system whose health and safety are at risk due to dangerous behavior, depression or excessive fear
Day Program: for adults who have completed public school services to increase their skill levels
Diapers: for consumers between the ages of 5 and 18 who are incontinent of bowel/bladder with potential for skin break down
Early Intervention and Prevention Services: tutors, assessment, ongoing consultation for autistic children under the age of 3
Independent Living Services: training for persons to live independently
Infant Programs: home/center base to ?train families to better provide for the special needs of their infants
Mobility Training: training people to use the public transportation system
Parental and Genetic Services: testing and counseling to any parent determined to be at high risk of having a developmental disabled infant.
Residential Services for Adults/Children
Parenting Training: skills training for parents with a development disability
Nursing Services: medical condition exists and there is a need for relief for the primary caregiver or continuous nursing intervention
Specialized Medical and Dental Care: must be related to the consumer's developmental disability
Therapy Services: occupational, physical, and speech therapy
An individual is eligible for regional center services if he or she has a developmental disability. Children – from birth to age three – who are experiencing or are at risk for a developmental delay/disability are also eligible, as are individuals believed to have at high risk of parenting a child with a developmental disability.
You can apply for regional center services by phone or by
written request. You will be directed to the Intake Coordinator who
will conduct a basic screening to determine if further assessment and
diagnostic services are appropriate. Persons with developmental disabilities
may apply for services directly or be referred by others.
The intake process for infants and toddlers birth to age 36 months begins by calling the Early Start Intake line at (510) 618-6195 or email@example.com
Anyone over age 3 and is suspected of having a developmental disability may apply for services by contacting our Intake Coordinator at (510) 618-6122 or firstname.lastname@example.org.