MISAC Annual Conference Preview: How the Inland Regional Center Continued Operations in the Wake of
Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Join Kurtis Franklin for a down-to-earth discussion about the operations of Inland Regional Center in the wake of last December’s terror attack.
When tragedy struck, staff members at the Inland Regional Center could not simply stop serving the 32,000 people with developmental disabilities in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties that depend on staff from the center.
With their offices completely unavailable for a month, Kurtis and his team had to innovate to get 500 people back to work serving the people that depended on him. Their creative IT approach ensured that the Inland Regional Center continued to operate even if its facilities couldn’t.
This profound story will help you strategically prepare for maintaining resilient services.