Dehydration Signs – Learn More There are plenty of ways to stay cool out there everyone. While some counties have not officially opened cooling centers, public air-conditioned locations are a good way to stay safe from dehydration signs. And remember, your animal family can quickly become dehydrated too. The heat of the day for mostContinue reading Cooling Centers Open in Butte County
Disability Action Center is excited to bring an evening of live storytelling back for “SpeakEasy Live #2” on Wednesday, May 24th, 6:30 to 8:00 PM in the DAC Community Room, 1161 East Ave in Chico. We presented our inaugural event, SpeakEasy Live #1, way back on December 29th of last year. It was a fun andContinue reading Live Storytelling Returns to DAC May 24!
THURSDAY April 6, 2017 Low Vision Support Group 10am-11am at River Commons (use to be River Oaks) 301 Hartnell Ave. Redding, CA – you may RSVP or call for more details (530) 242-8550 Facilitators: Nancy and Pam April 6, 2017 Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group 10am-12pm at Disability Action Center (building use to be AmericanContinue reading Upcoming Events this week in April 2017
The upcoming meeting is Thursday March 2, 2017 at 10am to 12pm.
We are excited to be part of the Voice Options Pilot Program. Mary Nagashima in the Redding office will be providing these services to consumers. If you have any questions please contact Mary at extension 211. Introducing the Voice Options Pilot Project California Speech Technology Program. We are excited to announce the launch Voice Options,Continue reading Voice Options Pilot Program