Welcome to REACH

Founded in 1969, the Resource for Education, Advocacy, Communication, and Housing (REACH) is a private, non-profit organization that supports individuals with a variety of lifelong disabilities including Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Down’s syndrome and related medical and/or behavioral disorders. Our history of achievements is the result of strong community and family support and an organizational culture that continually seeks to remove barriers and change the limiting cultural stereotypes long associated with this population. REACH currently serves people in the Southeast Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley and North Orange County areas.

Join our team!…Check out job opportunities in ‘Career Center’

Service Users Satisfaction Survey

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To our REACH Service Users… we value your opinion! We would like your feedback to help us improve our service to you with a short survey. Please click on the link below to take a short survey! Only 6 questions and the information you give us is invaluable in creating and maintaining quality services….

Click here to begin survey…

This survey will run from September 20 – 30.  Thank you for your time and participation!!

FACTx Conference

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A 2 day conference dedicated to exploring differing abilities and innovative ideas that have improved the lives of the community. Join leaders from around California including Dina Kaplan, Elaine Hall, Dr. Sarita Freedman, Dr. Ivor Weiner, Sharon Hensel-Cohen, Jim Abrahams and 30+ more speakers who will share their expertise and experience with you. CE credits available for qualifying professionals.

One out of five individuals are living with a diagnosed disability in the US. An unknown number of people struggle with the same challenges as those with disabilities, but do not have a diagnosis. People with and without diagnoses have overcome their challenges with the help of technology, innovative ideas, emerging research and experience sharing. Join us as we explore a variety of topics including health, inclusion, advocacy, technological breakthroughs, interpersonal support, personal transformation, developing meaningful relationships and finding one’s place in society.

 

Click here for more information or to register…

Spectrum of Opportunity Conference

Spectrum of Opportunity Conference

For more information or to register for this event, go to http://www.callutheran.edu/centers/autism/events/autism-conference-oct2016.html

ACC Launch Celebration

To register for this FREE event, go to http://www.callutheran.edu/autism

Open Sky Flies Again!

Open Sky 10-16

To participate in the event, go to:

http://airhollywood.com/events/open-sky-for-autism/

There you will be directed to make your reservation and payment.  There is a reservation fee of $25 that will be returned upon attendance.

Volunteers needed!  Looking for volunteers to join the crew!

For more information or to sign up as a volunteer, contact Lindsey at:

lindseykgoodrich@gmail.com