The Dialogue is a quarterly publication by the Regional Center of Orange County for our community, people with developmental disabilities and their families, as well as service providers in Orange County.
This quarter’s highlights include…
A story about Judy Allen and her mother Karlene. Now 69 years old, Judy is happy living in the community, after spending most of her life in developmental centers.
A reminder that tickets to the 20th Annual Spotlight Awards Gala on March 24 are now on sale.
Welcome to RCOC’s two newest Board members – Amy Jessee and Liza Krassner — and an announcement of the Board officers for Jan. 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.
A perspective on 50 years of regional centers — the book about the regional center system’s history that can be downloaded from RCOC’s website, and the new Department of Developmental Services performance dashboard now posted online.
Thoughts from Sylvia Delgado and Jess Corey on the role that advocacy played in bringing about the Lanterman Act and the regional center system.
Information about Behavior Management Workshops for Parents throughout the year, and a presentation about autism and education taking place in late February.
A quick “Everyday Wellness” tip, along with a round-up of several holiday events organized by RCOC volunteers to brighten the holidays for individuals and families we serve.