Regional Centers for Developmentally Disabled
Regional centers are nonprofit private corporations that contract with the Department of Developmental Services to provide or coordinate services and supports for individuals with developmental disabilities. They have offices throughout California to provide a local resource to help find and access the many services available to individuals and their families.
We believe that the development of a “circle of support” enables us to focus with the individual to generate a vision that includes both global and specific needs, and work together to help the individual achieve these goals.
Supported Living Services (SLS)
Remi Vista is a vendor of Regional Center services to developmentally delayed adults. This is a program that enables such adults to receive the daily support they need to live in their own apartment or home. The broad goal of the supported living program is to enhance the quality of life for each individual by facilitating his/her ability to communicate and pursue interests and a lifestyle that is reflective of his/her personal routines and values. Community integration, building natural supports, and interdependence with community members and services become part of the natural rhythm of their daily living. More specifically, we also believe that people need practical answers to practical problems of life and we are there to assist with issues of daily living such as transportation, finances, employment, housing, and social opportunities. We believe that the development of a “circle of support” enables us to focus with the individual to generate a vision that includes both global and specific needs, and work together to help the individual achieve these goals.
Crisis Residential Treatment
This program provides stabilization and assessment of developmentally disabled (including autistic) children.
Remi Vista, Inc. operates two homes in the Redding region -- one home focuses on needs of younger children while the other focuses on needs of adolescents with sexualized behaviors.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
ACT is an intensive one-on-one behavioral support program for children and adults with developmental disabilities. For more information about this treatment option see our brochure ACT: A Program Without Walls.
Infant Development Program (IDP)
Infant Development Program is for children three years old and younger and their parents that provides assessment and therapeutic activities to address apparent lags in development.
Parenting Support Services (PSS)
PSS is a program for parents with developmental disabilities to teach them essential parenting skills.
Remi Vista provides a licensed foster care home to temporarily care for children with developmental disabilities while their parents have some respite.