Your vote matters! If you need voter education materials on audio tape, CD, in large print or plain language, or downloads to listen to or read with a screen reader…be sure to order these alternate formats today, so that they show up in plenty of time for Election Day. Contact your County Elections Office or CA Secretary of State’s website at http://www.sos.ca.gov/…/voting-resources/voters-disabilities.
Additional food for thought and this graphic is available at: https://challenges.openideo.com/challenge/voting/applause/voting-via-atm-network-
Check out the new selection of gardening equipment in DAC’s Device Lending Library! Just in time for Fall planting.
Potted Plant Mover with 2 Wheels Item Number 160872
Ergonomic Steel Bulb Auger Item Number 161162
Walnut and Pecan Picker Upper Item Number 160908
Snappy Grip Ergonomic Handles Item Number 160915
Thermoskins Arthritis Gloves Item Number 160877
Ergo Mates Strapping Cushion for Shoes Item Number 161031
Disability Action Center
1600 West Street
Redding, CA 96001
Come on out to to Durham Park this Saturday morning to join DAC at the Chico Velo Gran Fondo Challenge bicycling event. A wide array of hand cycles and other adaptive cycles will be available to anyone to try out and ride around. Visit the website at http://www.challengegranfondo.org/ for more information. Or call the Chico DAC office at 530-893-8527 – ask for Evan.
Disability Action Center staff will be present at this key event. We encourage all to join us and CARA (California Association of Retired Americans) on Friday, September 16. Register by September 1. Additional information is on the flyer.
Our office in Redding will be moving soon to down town.
We will update you as we have more news.
Our phone number and staff will remain the same.
Local Redding Office (530) 242-8550
Disability Action Center’s Vision Resources will be in Plumas County on August 9, 10 and 11 and in Siskiyou County on August 11th.
The Traumatic Brain Injury Program has celebrated its first year in northern California. Services have ranged from Case Management, Service Coordination, Community Integration, Information and Referrals, Vocational Supports, and Community Public Professional Education in the counties of Butte, Shasta, Tehama, and Modoc counties. It is available to Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, and Tehama counties.