Dayle McIntosh Center was named in memory of a young woman with a severe physical disability who worked to found the Center in 1977.
The Mission of the Dayle McIntosh Center is to advance the empowerment, equality, integration and full participation of people with disabilities in the community. The Center is not a residential program, but instead promotes the full integration of disabled persons into the community. Dayle McIntosh Center is a consumer-driven organization serving all disabilities. Its staff and board are composed of over 50% of people with disabilities. Its two offices service over 500,000 people in Orange County and surrounding areas with disabilities.
The Dayle McIntosh Center exists to enable persons with disabilities to succeed in every area they desire and to fulfill every dream they have and to provide equal opportunity!
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