A virtual workshop series to help families develop a life plan for a family member with a disability.
We help families learn about available resources to ensure quality of life throughout the individual’s lifetime.
Answering Your Key Questions
The workshop series is funded by the Regional Center. Private payment is also accepted for families that are not affiliated with the San Diego Regional Center.
We ask that families complete the whole workshop series as the materials build upon each other. If you skip sessions, you will miss foundational and follow-up pieces that are important to consider when creating a cohesive life plan.
Absolutely! We encourage participation and attendance from individuals with disabilities. We just ask that your family member is able to participate without causing disruption for the rest of the group.
Yes, we are now conducting workshops virtually which allows attendance from additional family members. Other family members are able to join the zoom by viewing together on a single device.
No, we respect your privacy and do not collect any of the material that you fill out during the sessions. The material is for your personal use and there is no obligation to share at any time.
We understand that things come up unexpectedly and you may need to miss a session. If this occurs, you will receive the recording of the missed session by email. This allows you to stay current with your group for the remaining sessions.
HGH often serves people in multiple programs. Whether receiving several services at the same time or when transitioning from one HGH program to another, we will provide the support you need. Please see our service pages for information about all our programs. For more specific information or additional questions, contact us at 619-938-2850 or firstname.lastname@example.org.