Workshops/Symposiums ( Hispanic/Latino Community, Disabilities Issues )


The agency provides services for people with disabilities and their families in Los Angeles. This is an administrative office; most of the services are provided in private homes and in the community, such as schools, public libraries, collaborating agencies and etc. Services are targeted, but not restricted to, Hispanics/Latinos, and are intended for people of all ages. Services include disease and disability information, parent support groups, parent-to-parent networking, and workshops/symposiums especially designed for parents of children who have disabilities. There are no geographic restrictions.

Fiesta Familiar is an educational program designed to support and educate families that have a child with a disability of all ages. The Fiesta Familiar can be provided in-home, community or a school. It is a two our workshop with a speaker talking on a specific topic such as IEP Regional Center or topics that families requested.
br> The agency maintains a database of resources related to disability services and provides information and referral for advocacy and other needed services.

The annual bilingual parent/professional conference provides public awareness and education and an opportunity for parents and professionals from all over the nation to meet, exchange ideas and discuss the newest information on disabilities. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Call or write for information. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE There are no fees for most services; however the fees for the annual conference vary from year to year.
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2310 Pasadena Ave., Ste. 204

Los Angeles , CA 90031 (Physical)

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P.O. Box 31285

Los Angeles , CA 90031 (Mailing)

Service hours
Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm.


(323) 221-6699


(323) 221-6696 (Main Office)

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