Categories for Disability Rights

Welcome Home – Nursing Home Transition

While the Corona Virus is impacting all aspects of our lives on a daily basis, the impact of the pandemic is most felt in nursing facilities across the country and around the world. As many as 50 percent of all... View Article


What the ADA Means to Me

The Dayle McIntosh reached out to our staff, community and other stakeholders and asked them: 1. How has the ADA impacted or changed your life, and, 2. What does the ADA mean to you? This is what we heard.


DMC News & Updates July 2020

Announcing the Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) DMC is excited to share that we are expanding and enhancing the services we offer to Orange County through a partnership with the Office on Aging and California Department on Aging known... View Article


Don’t Tread on My ADA

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By Elizabeth Campbell   As the systems change advocate for DMC, part of my job is to protect and advocate for the rights of people with disabilities. I was, therefore, devastated when the U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 620,... View Article


DMC Recognizes National Voter Registration Day

September 26th is National Voter Registration Day. Held the fourth Tuesday in September, organizations across the U.S. host events to bring public awareness to ballot initiatives, local elections, and voter registration. Every vote counts. When things don’t go the way... View Article



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