Thu, Mar 2 2017 - 8:30 AM
An all-day conference exploring the new laws and programs that will bring vast improvement to services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Keynote Speaker: Ari Ne’eman, CEO of MySupport.com
Learn about: Self-Determination, Self-Advocacy, Person-Centered Planning, Home and Community-Based Services Rules, Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act
Priority registration will be given to residents of Los Angeles County. Questions? Call 818-543-4631 or email
Sun, Mar 5 2017 - 3:30 PM
Join us for a meet & greet with Club 21. Nancy & Mike Littiken will join us and discuss our transition to a Community Group of Club 21,
The Great Room
We have reserved space at The Great Room, a new cafe with a relaxing lounge and great game rooms for kids of all ages.
This is a cool place where families can come, grab something to eat and/or drink, where kids can have something to do. There are 2 play rooms for kids; one is focused on 4 years and younger, the other more of a game room. If the kids decide to play in there, they can pay $8/child to do so.
Please RSVP – here so we know you are coming.
Mon, Mar 13 2017 - 7:00 PM
Speaker Christopher Arroyo of the State Council on Developmental Disabilities will give an overview and suggest strategies to get the services you need.
Please note: both the topic and the location of this event has changed. The scheduled event on Body Awareness and Boundaries will take place on a future Monday when we have found a qualified speaker. RC clients should speak to their counselor regarding training events at the regional center on this topic.
Empowering Families. Breaking Barriers.Exceeding Expectations. Moving Forward. SBDSA is a non-profit organization exempt from Federal and State income taxes under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code and Section 23701 (d) of the California Revenue and Taxation Code.
To create a community that demonstrates acceptance, inclusion and appreciation for those who have Down syndrome through outreach and education.