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Transition from school district services to Regional Center

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Published: Dec. 20, 2023Updated: Feb. 12, 2024

Age3+ years
DiagnosisAll diagnoses
When to do itAfter exiting high school
Once your young adult leaves the school system, Regional Center will assume primary responsibility for services. You'll help your young adult prepare for that transition.
Knowing what support Regional Center offers can help you advocate for your child to receive all the resources that will help them thrive in adulthood.
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