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What to Think of When Requesting Services from Regional Center

What to Think of When Requesting Services from Regional Center

Published: May. 11, 2022Updated: Jun. 22, 2022

Regional Center will only fund programs that help meet your child’s goals, so if you want to receive extra services over the summer (like respite care or summer camp funding), make sure to update the IPP goals first. Check out this clip where Public Benefits Specialist Lisa Concoff Kronbeck explains how to evaluate your child’s needs, your own needs, and your available resources when deciding what to request from Regional Center.

To learn more about Regional Center's summer services, go here!

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