Periodically, funds are granted by DDS to the SDLAC’s and Regional Centers to support the implementation of the Self-Determination Program. The SDLAC for RCEB has prioritized the needs in the local area for the use of the first provision of funds, and is seeking proposals from interested parties to carry out one or more of the projects which the committee wishes to fund. See the details on the attached.
Everyone selected for this program must attend an orientation, so if you were selected we would like to invite you to attend one of the orientations scheduled in the upcoming months.
Please let your case manager know if you would like to attend one of the scheduled orientations. If you are no longer interested in participating in the Self-Determination Program, please let us know.
If you have any additional questions and cannot reach your case manager please email Ashley Harmon at Aharmon@nullrceb.org.
If you signed up for SDP and were not selected, your name will remain on the list with the Department of Developmental Services (DDS). If selected individuals decide they do not want to participate in SDP, DDS will select additional names from the list. If your name is not on the list for SDP and you would like to sign up, please view the PowerPoint below and then click on the survey link at the end of it to sign up for SDP.
If you have not yet received written notification about being selected, you can check your status on DDS’s website to enter your Unique Client Identifier (UCI) number. You can visit the DDS Verification Index to check for your name.
In October of 2013, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed into law the Self-Determination Program, which will provide consumers and their families with more freedom, control, and responsibility in choosing services and supports to help them meet objectives in their Individual Program Plan.
In the Welfare and Institutions Code Section 4685.8, the services and supports will be directed by a participant through person-centered planning, as they are designed to assist the participant to achieve personally defined outcomes in community settings that promote inclusion.
he Self-Determination local volunteer advisory committee members have been chosen jointly by the State Council on Developmental Disabilities Bay Area Office, and the Regional Center of the East Bay.
This application was submitted by the Department to CMS in September 2015.
This list of questions was submitted as a response back to the Department in December 2015.