Sacramento, California 95825
Welcome To Area Board 3/Regional Office 3
The State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) is established by state and federal law as an independent state agency to ensure that people with developmental disabilities and their families receive the services and supports they need.
Consumers know best what supports and services they need to live independently and to actively participate in their communities. Through advocacy, capacity building and systemic change, SCDD works to achieve a consumer and family-based system of individualized services, supports, and other assistance.
Area Board 3 is one of 13 area boards in California and is a regional office of the State Council on Developmental Disabilities, assisting families and individuals with training, coordination, and implementation of The Council’s State Plan.
Click on Conferences & Trainings (below) to learn about trainings in our area this Fall.
Quality Assessment: The State Council on Developmental Disabilities/Area Boards, under contract with the Department of Developmental Services, provides Quality Assessment using the National Core Indicators (NCI) survey. The survey, which is used in many states, seeks information regarding how services and supports help individuals with developmental disabilities build quality lives. Visit the DDS website to access the NCI Family Survey Results, FY 2010-2011 Report.
SSAN: Click on the Button Statewide Self Advocacy Network to learn more about this consumer self-advocacy project.
Self-Determination: Governor Brown signed Self-Determination into law so everyone receiving regional center services will be able to choose Self-Determination, if they want. Find out more about Self-Determination by viewing Fact Sheet on Self-Determination.
Employment First: The California Developmental Disabilities System Employment Data Dashboard presents the most recent data on how well California is doing in implementing its Employment First Policy, supporting people to have jobs in their communities making at competitive wages.
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