California Training Initiatives

California

  • “Association of Regional Center Agencies – New day Conference. ARCA sponsored the New Day Conference in Pasadena in September 2012. Over 400 attendees participated in sessions focused on innovations in employment and housing services for individuals with developmental disabilities.”
  • “Four- part employment webinar series aimed to create awareness about employment and to provide a discussion forum for families, individual organizations and professionals.”
  • “Working Conference - Driving Forces Behind Successful Postsecondary Education and Employment for Young Adults with ID and Autism held in Sacramento, CA and sponsored by Think College and California Consortium on Postsecondary Educations and the Center for Disability Studies, University of Hawaii. The conference content addressed significant changes in public policy, insight for promoting inclusive strategies through person-centered protocol and interagency team building to support youth success. … Over 100 families, K-12, rehabilitation, developmental disabilities and higher education professionals, and students with developmental disabilities attended.”
  • “Three-Part webinar series in Triangulating Postsecondary Education Goals for transition specialists and educators. The series aims at identifying postsecondary goals and aligning them with academic and industry standards. This webinar series was hosted by Community of Practice in Secondary Education (CoP).”
 

 

State Policies & Initiatives: 
Training/Capacity Building
Systems: 
  • Other
Topics: 
  • School-to-Work Transition
  • Cross-Agency Collaboration / Partnerships
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