The Family Advisory Committee, a committee of the Far Northern Regional Center Board of Directors, was created to enhance the services currently received by our clients by engaging and involving our client's entire family in the process.
Family caregivers are often the best source of information critical to the success of our clients. They work tirelessly and lovingly with their family member and know whether the services we provide are meeting the needs of our clients.
We honor their efforts and want to empower the family with a means of communicating their concerns, hopes and dreams directly to the Board of Directors. We know that some of the best ideas come from outside. Help us help your loved one. We want to take full advantage of the collective feedback and turn our stakeholders into our shareholders.
Meet Stephen Bell
Stephen Bell is the Chairman of the Family Advisory Committee.
Mr. Bell lives in Redding. He works in law enforcemnt and enjoys reading, walking, and volunteering in the community. He has three sons and two daughters.
Join The Committee
If you're interested in joining the Family Advisory Committee, please print this application and send it the address listed in the form: FAC Application.
Developmental Disabilities not only impact the person but the entire family unit as well. Parents and siblings are applauded for their dedication to their loved ones and Far Northern Regional Center wants to help. Please take a moment to provide us with your thoughts and suggestions on where support could be utilized during these tough fiscal times: FAC Survey.
Training Interest Survey
Far Northern Regional Center provides training for vendors, clients, and the community on a regular basis. The regional center would like to know about your training preferences. Please take a few minutes to respond to our online survey at: Training Interest Survey.
To be notified by email about upcoming events and training opportunities, you may sign up on our Calendar page.
Pedestrian Safety Awareness
Many consumers are exposed to traffic threats that challenge their experience and abilities. They may have difficulty judging speed, spatial relations, and distance. They may have developed a pattern of “following” staff without understanding or contributing to their own safety. This Pedestrian Safety Awareness sheet provides basic tips for improving pedestrian safety awareness and skills. FNRC recommends that all consumers in your care complete safety awareness training immediately.
For more information and access to printable posters, please visit Self Advocacy Rocks!
Stop, Look, Listen, Walk – a video from the 7th Street Center For The Arts is available here: YouTube Video.
Check our calendar regularly for training opportunities and special events that may be of interest to you and your family: Calendar.
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