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Post-Secondary Programs See Signs Of Success

DISABILITY SCOOP - As a growing number of colleges offer programs for students with intellectual disabilities, a new report provides the most comprehensive look yet at who’s attending and their outcomes. Read More

California lawmakers leave those with special needs questioning funding future

LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS – After almost nine months of pressuring lawmakers to find a way to increase money for programs and services for Californians with developmental disabilities, organizations, parents and those who support people with special needs were left Monday with no answers.  Read more

Inland Regional Center Receives State Senate Recognition for Transitioning Individuals with Developmental Disabilities Out of State Developmental Center

San Bernardino, Calif. – Today Inland Regional Center (IRC), a local agency serving individuals with developmental disabilities, was recognized by the California State Senate, for its work transitioning clients out of the now closed Lanterman Developmental Center. Richard Rea, representing Senator Bob Huff of the 29th Senatorial District, presented IRC staff with a Member’s Resolution [&hellip

The Inland Regional Center Board of Trustees is Pleased to Announce the Appointment of the agency’s new Executive Director and Associate Director.

Executive Director, Lavinia Johnson Lavinia Johnson brings more than 27 years of experience serving individuals with developmental disabilities in the Inland Empire, to the IRC Executive Director position. Ms. Johnson joined Inland Regional Center in 1988 as a Consumer Services Coordinator and in her tenure worked with adult and transition units, as well as Intermediate [&hellip

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