This quarter’s highlights include…

Cover story about Alberto Baston, a person served by RCOC who has cerebral palsy and scoliosis, who has used his computer and social media skills to connect with others in his community and globally.

Column from Executive Director Larry Landauer sharing his perspective on the value of long-term trusting relationships between RCOC and the individuals we serve, and encouraging families to choose in-person meetings whenever possible to help nurture those relationships.

Introduction of RCOC’S new Peer Advocate Wayed Kabir, how he can be reached, and the type of support he can provide to persons served.

Person-to-Person column about self-advocacy in everyday life.

Thank you to our holiday Wish Tree donors as well as the Irvine Barclay Theatre and Camino Real Playhouse, which presented festive holiday performances specifically geared to be welcoming to families we serve.

Everyday Wellness story discussing the importance of physical activity to overall wellness, with ideas for incorporating physical activity into any lifestyle.

Tips for successful transition IEP meetings, which kicks off a series of columns in which we’ll provide suggestions for success with each transition phase.

Information about upcoming behavior management workshops for parents.