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CPAD Information (April 2018)

DDS ISSUES NOTICE OF POTENTIAL BREACH OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION

The Department of Developmental Services is informing the public about a recent incident that may have resulted in the breach of confidential information. On February 11, 2018, a break-in occurred at the DDS legal and audits offices building in Sacramento. The trespassers ransacked files, vandalized and stole state property and started a fire. The Department has no evidence that personal and health information was compromised due to the incident. However, out of an abundance of caution, it is notifying clients and the public about the incident and following federal requirements regarding potential breaches.As detailed in the notices below, the people who broke into the building had access to the health information of about 582,000 individuals served by DDS. They also had access to the personal information of about 15,000 employees of regional centers, service providers, applicants seeking employment with the Department's audits office, and parents of minors enrolled in DDS programs. Responses to frequently asked questions are below:  https://www.dds.ca.gov/SecurityNotice/breachFAQ.html

CPAD 4-18 Information

CPAD April'18 eNewletter

CPAD Information (January 2018)

華裔家長互助會(國語)—專為有特殊需要孩子的家長舉辦

Eastern Los Angeles-Parent support Meeting

CPAD's Hotline: (626)-600-6538


CPAD Information (October 2017)

Useful Information: Roadmap to Behavioral Health: A Guide to Using Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services


CPAD Information (August 2017)

Free Workshop on Assistive and Augmentative Communication

The SCDD L.A. Office in collaboration with OPARC, Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare and San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center will be sponsoring a FREE training on Assistive and Alternative Augmentative Communication (AT/AAC) on Monday, July 17 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at San Gabriel/Pomona Regional Center, Assembly Rooms A & B, 75 Rancho Camino Drive, Pomona CA 91766. The training will cover the different components of AT/AAC and how they can help address the challenges and issues relating to communication facing people with developmental disabilities. To download the flyer, go to http://www.simplesend.com/simple/uploadedimages/000525/files/AT_and_AAC_Workshop_SGPRC.pdf

CPAD August' 2017 Information

CPAD August' 2017 eNewsletter


CPAD Information (June 2017)

Bring back Camp, Social Rec, & restore Respite!

Why do we need these services back?  Respite reduces the stress experienced by families and oftentimes allows a trusted relative or friend to provide the service. Some families prefer camp or social recreation services because of the added benefit of group social opportunities for the individual while the family is taking a break from their care. For some, a blending of these services meets their needs best. In 2009, many services, including these, were cut to save money. In a recent Budget hearing, Democrats and Republicans both said they understand just how valuable these services are to our community. They are interested in restoring them. But we need to put the pressure on to make sure this happens! And we have to act fast, because our chance ends Thursday, when the hearings are finished.

Everybody must remind the Governor, his accountants, Senate President Kevin de León, and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, that bringing this back helps families! (More ...)

Camp TECHie 2017 - Six weeks of Social and Life Skills Activities for Ages 5 - 11. Please notice registration deadline has been extended to June 27th. (More ...)

CPAD June' 2017 eNewsletter


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