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
Learn about resources, events, and assistive technology that can help you in your daily life. This peer support group is a safe place where individuals can share about the challenges, struggles, and successes in their lives. Join group at anytime.... View Article
Save the Date Please join the Dayle McIntosh Center in celebrating 40 years of providing services to people with disabilities. The 40th Anniversary Celebration and Live Auction will be held on November 3, 2017 from 6-9:00 pm, at the Phoenix... View Article
Participants will learn basic skills for dealing with disability, meeting life challenges through self-advocacy, and getting around in the community. Meets August 8 – August 11, 3027, from 10 am – 3 pm daily and lunch will be provided.
Share Your Thoughts about what is Important to You and Your Community: Participate in a Focus Group Join us to share what is important to you, your family, and your community for CalOptima to better understand what affects your health. CalOptima... View Article
The Dayle McIntosh Center hosts this group in conjunction with the Braille Institute, Orange County. The group setting provides, persons affected by vision loss, a safe and supportive environment to discuss all matter of issues, related to living with vision... View Article