Regional Parent Advisory Committees - Alberta Human Services - Government of Alberta

Regional Parent Advisory Committees

Show Answer What is an FSCD Regional Parent Advisory Committee (RPAC)?

Regional Parent Advisory Committees (RPACs) are made up of local parents/guardians of children with disabilities and FSCD program representatives. RPACS provide an opportunity for families of children with disabilities to have input into the ongoing direction of the FSCD program.

Show Answer What do Regional Parent Advisory Committees do?

Regional Parent Advisory Committees:

  • Provide a family perspective of how the FSCD legislation supports positive outcomes for families and children with disabilities
  • Provide ongoing input and feedback on FSCD policies, procedures, supports and services 
  • Share information between families of children with disabilities and the FSCD program

Show Answer How do I get in touch with the Regional Parent Advisory Committee in my area?

Please contact your FSCD worker directly for more information.

Show Answer Who can apply to be a member of RPAC?

Any parent/guardian with a child with a disability who is receiving support through the FSCD program may apply to become a member of their Regional Parent Advisory Committee.

Created: 2012-12-19
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PID: 15771