Pictured left to right, top row: Dan Murphy, Teresa Rios, , Wendy Longwell, Carolyn Nava, Dwight Phillips, Jeannette Lanterman. Bottom row: David Colefield, Jose Guerra, Kathlyn Myers, special guest Aurora, Lisa Camilleri, Ashlee Halopoff, Khadijah Webster and Goldie House. Not pictured: Derek Hill.
David Colefield opens up a White Elephant gift.
Derek Hill reacts to a White Elephant gift.
A popular question asked by staff in 2019: What Would Wendy Do? Ashlee Halopoff, right, took home the What Would Wendy Do t-shirt as a gift. At left is program manager Wendy Longwell (Dan Murphy photo).
White Elephant gifts, cake and plenty of good-natured fun dominated the 2019 Disability Action Center holiday season party and staff meeting in Chico on Dec. 19.
Data specialist Goldie House started the morning with a thorough CIL suite presentation to staff.
Disability Rights of California, based in Sacramento, then gave a quality overview, focusing on its in-depth Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury or PATBI program.
Call DRC when you want:
Info on legal rights for citizens with traumatic brain injury Referrals to other agencies who might be able to help you Help with payee issues Help with issues at a facility Info on Medi-Cal rights relating to TBI
Call DRC at 1-800-776-5746 for more details.