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Interested in knowing the basics about California’s Regional Center system?
California is home to 21 regional centers throughout the state that serve more than 300,000 individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.
This webinar delves into the history of the regional center system, its current status, and issues that will shape the future. Additionally, you’ll learn what sets California’s service system apart from other states as well as how federal funding shapes its operation today. (Recorded Nov. 29, 2017)
About the Presenter:
Amy Westling is the executive director of the Association of Regional Center Agencies (ARCA) which represents all California regional centers. She’s been with ARCA in various capacities since 2012.
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