Adventure is not outside someone, it is within – David Grayson
It is important for everyone to get out of the house and into the community to learn, grow, and share experiences with others. In these times, face to face interactions can be hard. But DAC can keep you up to date with opportunities to connect, network, learn and be active. We have many online workshops, peer support groups and more going on. Plus videos on independent living skills and more on our YouTube channel. Check us out on Instagram and Pinterest as well! Let’s stay connected.
From our annual ADA Celebration Picnic, to art receptions and film events, you can connect with people who understand and share your desire for independence.
Classes and Workshops
DAC and other regional resources routinely offer classes and workshops on topics such as emergency preparedness, transitioning youth, dealing with autism and living with chronic conditions like Parkinson’s and chronic fatigue syndrome.
DAC participates in community ArtWalks by providing a venue for artists with disabilities. Anyone can apply to be a part of this annual reception and gallery.
With accessible equipment many sports can be available to people with different disabilities. Whether it’s fishing, sailing, hunting, riding in an ATV, or finding an accessible park, there is assistive technology to make it easier for you. Find out what’s available by coming in and chatting with an Independent Living Advocate.
A new Adventure Guide for People with Disabilities
The founder of the organization Disabled Hikers is making the outdoor industry more accessible one trail at a time.
8 Tips for hiking while blind
With a little preparation, hiking is a great way for people who are blind to enjoy the sensory beauty of nature