Tailored-day Service & Supported Employment
Tailored-day service is 1:1 training for adults with developmental disabilities to support access to post-secondary education, volunteer work or prepare for employment. It is funded by Regional Center of the East Bay for 6 hours per week.
Supported employment services provide 1:1 job coaching when an individual is hired or engaged in a paid internship. It is funded by CA State Department of Rehabilitation and Regional Center of the East Bay.
For more information, contact
Patrick Havel, Program Manager at
Community Integration Day Program
Our community integration day program targets adults from Cantonese and Vietnamese-speaking immigrant families. Based in the city of Alameda, this program's staff to client support ratio is 1:3. Program hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 2:30pm. Participants are supported to access a variety of community resources and activities such as public transportation, public parks, public libraries, museums, movie theaters, shopping malls and volunteer work at Alameda Community Food Bank. Art, dance and drumming classes are offered. This program is funded by Regional Center of the East Bay.
For more information, contact Wendy Lieu, Program Manager at Wendy@hheb.org
Family Support Services
Funded by a Reducing Disparity Grant from the CA State Department of Developmental Services, our Family Support Services reach out to Cantonese, Vietnamese and Filipino parents who have adult son/daughter with developmental disabilities to provide them with information, education, and 1:1 service navigation. Monthly family support groups are conducted in Cantonese, Vietnamese and Tagalog to help parents connect with and support one another. Annual cultural celebration events include Lunar New Year, Mothers/Fathers Day outings, summer picnic, Mid-Autumn Moon Festival and Christmas outreach.
For more information,
contact Queenie Chan, Program Manager at Queenie@hheb.org