The event will be held on November 2nd from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim and will include dinner, a cash bar, a silent and live auction, entertainment, and awards. We want you to be... View Article
The Dayle McIntosh Center will be hosting a workshop for parents of children with disabilities at DMC Anaheim on 6/20. Attached is the flyer with instructions for how to register. Legal Protections for Children with Disabilities Workshop is designed for... View Article
May 29 and 30th, Ruby’s Diner in Anaheim will be donating 20% of the proceeds to DMC when you present flyer. You may present flyer on your phone, tablet, or you can print it out. You are welcome to join... View Article
On May 31st Dayle McIntosh Center and eight other disability related organizations are raising money through their first annual Collaborative Giving Day! Empowering Possibilities: I Heart DMC 2018 A Giving Day for O.C. Neighbors with Disabilities Stay tuned for more... View Article
Connect with others, who provide care to people with disabilities. Gain valuable resources and information on a wide variety of topics. Make new friends, who relate to and understand both the frustrations and rewards of being a care provider. This... View Article
If you are a representative of a public or nonprofit agency that assists people with disabilities, please come and… Learn more about services provided by other organizations; Establish useful cross-referral systems; Gain tools for advocacy regarding legislation, regulations, policies, and... View Article
Learn to think on your feet by acting without a script! It’s fast! It’s fun! And it’s a little bit silly! Note: Lunch will not be provided.
This group is a safe place to talk about feelings, share experiences, ask tough questions and get answers about things that affect your daily life.
A group all in American Sign Language for Deaf youth, between the ages of 14 – 24 , who want to try new things that will help them get ready for adult life.
1st Saturday of every month. Group is for youth between the ages of 14 – 24, that want to “live out loud.” Activities include: movies, games, karaoke, and more For more information, contact one of our Youth Outreach Coordinators at... View Article