Regional Center of Orange County offers first Vietnamese Service Fair

More than 100 People, including more than 65 Vietnamese Families and 23 Organizations Confirmed to Attend; Families to Learn about Assistance for People with Developmental Disabilities

Regional Center of Orange County’s First Vietnamese Service Provider Fair will take place Tuesday, May 21, 2019 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Regional Center of Orange County, West Office, 10803 Hope St., Cypress 90630.

Larry Landauer, Executive Director, Regional Center of Orange County, Kaitlynn Yen Truong, Cultural Specialist, Regional Center of Orange County, and more than 100 attendees, including 65 Vietnamese families and children who have disabilities

This free event is an opportunity for families to learn more about services available from Regional Center of Orange County (RCOC) and to interact with many of the partner organizations RCOC funds to provide services and supports to Vietnamese speakers with developmental disabilities. Participating will be organizations serving children and adults with: employment support, living options, day care, individual and family counseling, rehabilitation, higher education, respite care and more.

Regional Center of Orange County (, is the private, nonprofit organization contracted by the State of California to coordinate lifelong services and supports for more than 22,000 Orange County residents with developmental disabilities and their families. The Regional Center is the first stop for those seeking to obtain local services and supports to help them live safely and with dignity in the community. Developmental disabilities include intellectual disabilities, autism, epilepsy and cerebral palsy.

This article was released by the Regional Center of Orange County.