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Volunteer: Board Member, Board of Director, Developmental Disabilities Services

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ORGANIZATION: Las Trampas, Inc.

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Volunteer: Board of Director, Developmental Disabilities Services Board Member

Do you have a deep passion for volunteer Board service where you can make a difference by improving the lives of others? Are you searching for philanthropic ways to give back within the community? If so, the Las Trampas Board of Directors wants to get to know you!

The Las Trampas Board of Directors is composed of caring and talented leaders who are dedicated to the organization’s mission. Our goal is to diversify our dynamic team with new voices and varied perspectives to enhance and expand our capacity as we guide Las Trampas’ strategic direction.

Who We Are - A Non Profit Supporting Adults with Developmental Disabilities

For over 60 years, Las Trampas has been a provider of choice delivering much needed services and programs to adults with developmental disabilities, including; (Autism, IDD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and other similar conditions).

Founded in 1958 as a non-profit residential school by parents, family, and community members, our philosophy has always been that persons with developmental disabilities are entitled to develop their optimum state of social, physical, and mental well-being, and share an integrated lifestyle similar to what non-disabled persons are fortunate to enjoy. Currently, Las Trampas provides day program educational and vocational services, residential services, supported and independent living services throughout Contra Costa County.

Skills Needed: Developmental Disabilities Services Board Member

We are seeking a high-level professional currently or previously in the field of mental and physical disabilities.

We need individuals with experience in the Development Disabilities (DD) field including instruction, day services, residential services, and community-based services who can take a leadership role to advocate for and identify fund supports for people with developmental disabilities and their families. Ideally, we are searching for an education specialist or special education teaching credential (Mild/Mod or Mod/Severe).

We desire someone who is knowledgeable about key industry trends and can inform our Board about progressive developmental disability researchers, and practitioners, and evidence-based practices both locally and nationally so that LTI will be on the cutting edge of forward-thinking program offerings. Our goal is to be the agency of choice for individuals with developmental disabilities.

An understanding of the California developmental disabilities service system including the Lanterman Act, Individual Program Plan (IPP) process, Individual Service Plans (ISPs), and programs and services for adults with developmental disabilities is critical. This includes:

  • Understanding of Individualized Education Plans to ensure 100% compliance with IEP standards
  • Understanding of program models currently served by Las Trampas including:
    • Adult Development Programs
    • Adult Vocational Programs
    • Independent Living Services
    • Supported Living Services
    • Alternative/Adult Residential Model
  • Understanding of the regulations for adult services including California Code of Regulations, Title 17
  • Understanding of program licensing requirements for facility-based programs (day programs and adult residential) including California Code of Regulations, Title 22
  • Understanding of the needs of individuals moderately to profoundly impacted by developmental disabilities including intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, autism, seizure disorder, and other qualifying disabilities
  • Understanding of programmatic features for adult services, particularly in the areas of evidence-based curriculums, teaching techniques and strategies, activities of daily living, speech and language pathology, assistive technology and alternative and augmentative communication, etc.
  • Experience in the development and operations of adult program services is preferred.

Board members are expected to have financial acumen to read and understand Las Trampas’ financial statements and otherwise help the Board fulfill its fiduciary responsibilities

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About Las Trampas, Inc.

Location:

3460 Lana Lane, Lafayette, CA 94549, US

Mission Statement

Las Trampas supports adults with developmental disabilities to discover their capabilities and to lead full lives in their home, at work, and in the community.

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Who We Are - A Non-Profit Supporting Adults with Developmental Disabilities

For over 60 years, Las Trampas has been a provider of choice delivering much needed services and programs to adults with developmental disabilities, including (Autism, IDD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and other similar conditions). Founded in 1958 as a non-profit residential school by parents, family, and community members, our philosophy has always been that persons with developmental disabilities are entitled to develop their optimum state of social, physical, and mental well-being, and share an integrated lifestyle similar to what non-disabled persons are fortunate to enjoy. Currently, Las Trampas provides day program educational and vocational services, residential services, supported and independent living services throughout Contra Costa County.

CAUSE AREAS

Board Development
Community
People with Disabilities
Board Development, Community, People with Disabilities

WHEN

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WHERE

3460 Lana LaneLafayette, CA 94549

(37.89019,-122.11271)
 

SKILLS

  • Program Management
  • Adult Education
  • Special Needs

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