Diversity Outreach Continues at Inland Regional Center

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  Did you know that Inland Regional Center has programs designed to reach out to underserved IRC communities? We do! They are the Autism Parent Education Program (APEP) and Fiesta Familiar. Before we talk about the programs themselves, let’s give … Read More

Respite Changes Coming to IRC in 2018

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Inland Regional Center (IRC) is working hard to spread the word about respite changes happening in 2018. From community outreach events, to social media alerts, and even a public service announcement video. This blog article will act as just one … Read More

Cambios a los Servicios de Relevo Comenzarán en 2018

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Inland Regional Center (IRC) quiere informar a la comunidad sobre los cambios en el servicio de relevo que comenzarán en 2018. Estamos comunicando esta noticia en eventos comunitarios, en redes sociales y en un breve video de anuncio. Este artículo … Read More

2017 Fall Festival: A Photo Essay

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On November 4, Inland Regional Center (IRC) Consumers, families, staff, and vendors spent a warm autumn afternoon celebrating disability at the 2017 IRC Fall Festival. This annual event helps connects Inland Empire families with services available to people with developmental … Read More

IRC Pink Walk Raises Awareness for Breast Cancer

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A Startling Statistic Approximately one in eight women living in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. This statistic hits very close to home for Team IRC. Of our 747 staffers, 612 are women. That’s … Read More

IRC Takes to Sacramento for Grassroots Day

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The Association of Regional Center Agencies (ARCA) is an organization that supports the 21 Regional Centers in the state of California. As part of its mission to advocate for individuals with developmental disabilities, ARCA organizes an annual Grassroots Day in … Read More

IRC Launches Programs to Address Disparities

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Each year, Inland Regional Center collects data regarding how Purchase of Service (POS) dollars are spent. During the last fiscal year, disparities were identified in the following categories: (1) Consumers with Autism and (2) Hispanic/Spanish speaking Consumers. Consumers in these … Read More