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+ infants & toddlers

Serving children from birth to 36 months. The first three years of a child’s life are critical. If you have concerns about your child’s growth and development, “California Early Start” is an early intervention program designed to ensure that eligible infants and toddlers receive evaluation and assessment early enough to make a difference in development.

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+ school age

Serving children age 3 and up.
During the last six months of your child’s Early Start program, there may be decisions you need to make for your child’s continued success and development. These decisions may lead to a referral to special education and culminate in developing an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for your child.

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+ transition age

Age Supporting adolescents transitioning out of school into adulthood. The transition to adulthood signifies an exciting phase filled with new opportunities. We strongly encourage you to start thinking about the transition process by the age of 14, well before it’s time to leave school. Allocating the time to gather information, make informed decisions, and explore a variety of options is crucial for ensuring a seamless and successful transition into adulthood.

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+ adults

Serving individuals 18 and older. Turning 18 is a significant milestone that often raises questions about the responsibilities of adulthood. At SDRC, we are here to provide
support as individuals navigate the transition into adulthood and throughout the various phases of their lives. Whether it’s addressing concerns, offering guidance, or facilitating resources, our commitment is to assist individuals in adapting to and thriving in their adult roles.