Dealing With Covid-19 At VAC

Special Announcement on our operations while dealing with the Coronavirus Crisis.
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VAC Covid-19 Statement

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Valley Achievement Center’s Covid-19 Statement

To all Clients, Parents, and Supporters of Valley Achievement Center :

In response to Governor Gavin Newsom’s order that individuals remain at home to stop the spread of Covid-19, Valley Achievement Center (VAC) has made changes to the way services in VAC’s programs are delivered until further notice from state and local government and health officials.  Last week, each of our clients or their parents/caretakers should have received instructions from the client’s program staff explaining how the client’s program will continue to operate during this time. If you are a VAC client, or the parent/caretaker of a VAC client, and have not been given any instructions, please call or email the Program Manager, Site Facilitator or Program Director for the client’s program.  If for some reason you cannot reach program staff, please email kparker@autism-vac.org.

While adjustments have been made to how we deliver services to limit the spread of Covid-19, there has been no change in VAC’s commitment to VAC’s clients and their families.  As you read this, VAC staff members are working tirelessly to identify creative and engaging ways to support our clients during this difficult and uncertain time.

We know this is a very challenging time for all of us, in particular our clients and their families/caretakers.   The passion and dedication that all of us at VAC have for providing life-changing services for individuals with disabilities will never waiver.  Together, we will get through this.

Thank you,

Laura M. Williams

Executive Director

Valley Achievement Center

(661) 431-1466, ext. 2002

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