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The Difference Between Inclusion and Behavioral Aides with Regional Center

Published: May. 11, 2022Updated: Jun. 22, 2022
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Public Benefits Specialist Lisa Concoff Kronbeck says that your Regional Center may already have service standards for providing an inclusion aide. If the camp or class your child will attend is not familiar with accommodating kids with disabilities, an inclusion aide can help facilitate socialization and full participation. Watch Lisa’s explanation in the clip for how to request 1:1 support.

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