The purpose of CBEM’s Assessment Program is to put forth a detailed assessment for adults diagnosed with developmental disabilities that entails information regarding necessity and sufficiency, of the services currently in place or those being proposed, which also meet the choices and needs of the client.
CBEM provides assessments across a number of domains that the consumer accesses on a daily, weekly or monthly basis through a detailed report of individual skills. CBEM will work in collaboration with the client and their circle of support to assess individual abilities and support needs. The primary goal of CBEM’s Assessments is to provide Regional Centers with information that is representative of the client’s current level of functioning and need for support as well as their individual abilities, interests, strengths, and preferences. In conjunction with the clients and their circle of support, the planning team may use the data to guide decisions regarding the client’s living options and support services.
A collaborative approach is utilized throughout the process of gathering information for the assessment. The consumer, family members, and those who support the consumer are all welcome to participate in each step of the process. We find that this collaboration (team approach) consistently leads to the production of the most comprehensive assessments.
Assessment Service FAQs
- North Bay Regional Center
- Golden Gate Regional Center
- Regional Center of the East Bay