All individuals shall be treated with dignity and respect.
All individuals are unique and deserve recognition for their abilities and strengths.
All individuals have needs, aspirations, desires, dreams, hopes and feelings, and shall be encouraged and supported to achieve independent, productive lives in their home communities, recognizing the interdependence of all people.
All individuals have a spiritual dimension whose growth shall be encouraged, respecting individual, family and cultural traditions, and values.
Individuals with developmental disabilities have the same rights, privileges, opportunities and responsibilities as other members of the community, and shall be encouraged and supported to exercise them.
Families are the primary source of care, nurturing and support for children and adults with developmental disabilities. These relationships shall be respected, supported and promoted throughout the individual’s life by building partnerships among individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, the regional center and the community. Partnerships that are based on mutual respect, recognizing and valuing the roles, strengths, capabilities, experiences and contributions of all.
Partnerships shall be promoted and supported among individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, service providers and the community, for the design, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of services to achieve quality outcomes.
Individuals with developmental disabilities and their families shall have a leadership role in making decisions in all areas of their lives, including residence, education, employment, health, recreation and relationships. The role of the professional is to provide information, expert advice, resources and direct assistance, enabling individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to make informed decisions about plans, services and supports in order to accomplish their desired outcomes.
Services and supports shall be individualized and flexible over time, be built on strengths and needs, and respect the choices and preferences of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. These services and supports shall be provided in a culturally appropriate, accountable, accessible and cost-effective manner, in natural environments with natural relationships.
What Are Your Current Service Needs? Take the Survey and Let Us Know!
¿Cuáles son sus necesidades de servicio actuales? ¡Responda la encuesta y avísenos!
Lanterman is seeking your feedback and assistance in completing a short survey so we can better understand the current service needs. This survey is for our community to complete, including clients, family members, service providers or community partners. Thank you in advance for your time!
Lanterman busca sus comentarios y ayuda para completar una breve encuesta para que podamos comprender mejor las necesidades actuales del servicio. Esta encuesta es para que la complete nuestra comunidad, incluidos los clientes, los miembros de la familia, los proveedores de servicios o los socios comunitarios. ¡Gracias de antemano por su tiempo!
HCBS (CMS) Final Rule Compliance Report Now Available
Regional centers must post information regarding how providers are doing with ensuring individuals served are part of their communities (Welfare and Institutions Code section 4519.2(b)). This information is to be updated at least every six months until DDS has determined that statewide compliance has been met.
El Internet está inundado de información y recursos sobre el Coronavirus (COVID-19) desde el nivel federal hasta el estatal y local. Comenzamos esta página para compartir algunos de los recursos e información que encontramos más útiles y accesibles, además de compartir información específica para Lanterman sobre cualquier efecto que esto tenga en nuestras operaciones, nuestros proveedores de servicios y la comunidad en general.
The Internet is awash in info and resources about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the federal to the state and local levels. We're starting this page to share some of the resources and info we found most helpful and accessible, plus to share information specific to Lanterman about any effects this is having on our operations, our service providers and community as a whole.
2020 Disparity Data on Purchased Services Report Now Online
California law and regulation requires that regional centers display on their Web sites information about the dollar value of services they purchase for clients. These data (called "purchase of service" or "POS" data) must be reported separately by clients' ethnic/racial group, langauge and diagnosis.