Can I get extra respite or specialized supervision hours from Regional Center when my child is home from school for the summer?
Parents who already receive respite or supervision may be able to get those hours increased during the summer, but the important thing is to show Regional Center how the extra services would help you meet your child’s needs.
Does my child need to make friends with typically developing kids?
Children with disabilities live in a world of predominantly non-disabled people. They need to know how to interact socially. This is important not only for their social-emotional well-being and their success in school now, but also for their future.
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