Resources – Disabilities

Young Life Capernaum Group

2018-09-10T22:13:08+00:00

Young Life Capernaum begins Thursday, October 11 - 6- 7:30 pm. These meetings are special needs teens and youth ages 13-20 and provide self=esteem building atmosphere of fun, adventure and friendship! To attend, volunteer or for more information contact Kris Volkir, kris@valleycommnitychurch.org or call 925-846-6622. Location:  Valley Community Church, 4455 Del Valle Parkway, Pleasanton.

Young Life Capernaum Group2018-09-10T22:13:08+00:00

Joni and Friends Disability Ministry

2018-03-09T17:06:15+00:00

For over 35 years, our mission has been to communicate the Gospel and to equip Christ-honoring churches worldwide to evangelize and disciple people affected by disabilities. Through ministry programs like Family Retreats and Wheels for the World, we serve the global disability community in Christ’s name. Find out how you can become involved in serving

Joni and Friends Disability Ministry2018-03-09T17:06:15+00:00

Parkinson’s Support Groups- Pleasanton

2017-08-13T23:43:02+00:00

Monthly Parkinson's Support Groups are available in the Tri-Valley. When: second Saturday of each month, 10:00 AM - Noon Where:  Pleasanton Senior Center, 5353 Sunol Blvd., Pleasanton Contact: Norm and Jackie Bardsley, 925-831-9940 A group exercise class for Parkinson's Disease and other neurological & mobility challenges is also offered. When: Thursdays, 9 AM - 10

Parkinson’s Support Groups- Pleasanton2017-08-13T23:43:02+00:00

Regional Center for the East Bay, RCEB

2017-08-13T22:42:48+00:00

Regional Center of the East Bay, (RCEB) serves people of all ages with developmental disabilities.  RCEB also serve infants and toddlers with developmental delay as well as those who are at high risk for developmental disability or those who have an established risk for developmental disability. The RCEB is one of 21 Regional Centers that

Regional Center for the East Bay, RCEB2017-08-13T22:42:48+00:00

Ability Now Bay Area

2017-08-13T22:02:18+00:00

Ability Now Bay Area, a 501 (c) 3, non-profit  offers opportunity, advocacy and advancement for people with disabilities in Alameda and Contra Costa counties.  Formerly known as the Cerebral Palsy Center it offers services to adults with developmental and physical disabilities.  Programs include education, communication, computer literacy, vocational training, wellness and community integration while promoting

Ability Now Bay Area2017-08-13T22:02:18+00:00

Community Resources for Independent Living (CRIL)

2017-08-12T22:38:49+00:00

Community Resources for Independent Living, (CRIL)  is a peer-based organization that advocates and provides resources for people with disabilities to improve lives and make communities fully accessible.  Services include (see website for list of complete programs): Information and Referral ( I & R):  CRIL is not only a centralized resource for disability-related questions, it is

Community Resources for Independent Living (CRIL)2017-08-12T22:38:49+00:00

Autism Support Group

2017-08-12T20:49:52+00:00

We are a group of parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers and interested parties who gather for support, education and sharing.  We share our love, joys and challenges in a completely non-judgmental and confidential setting. When:       the fourth Monday of the month at 7:00 PM Where:      St. Joan Catholic Church (bldg

Autism Support Group2017-08-12T20:49:52+00:00

Epilepsy Support Group (Eric’s Corner)

2017-08-12T20:46:47+00:00

The mission of Eric's Corner is to raise awareness of epilepsy and to connect our community with resources to effectively manage an epilepsy diagnosis. This group provides both an atmosphere of sharing facilitated by a group of individuals with over 15 years experience living with seizure disorders; and an opportunity to host guest speakers from

Epilepsy Support Group (Eric’s Corner)2017-08-12T20:46:47+00:00

Pocket Guide to Human Services

2018-02-26T23:21:22+00:00

The Human Services Pocket Guide Is a joint effort by the cities of Dublin, Livermore, and Pleasanton to cumulate known resources into one handy pocket-sized guide.  The Pocket Guide provides information on resources for basic human service needs such as food, shelter, healthcare, developmental and physical disability, education and employment, etc.  The Pocket Guide is

Pocket Guide to Human Services2018-02-26T23:21:22+00:00

Easter Seals Kaleidoscope After-School Care

2017-08-06T23:14:09+00:00

Kaleidoscope is an after-school program based in Dublin, California, open to children and young adults ages 5 to 22. The program offers specific programming for children, teens and young adults with disabilities working to integrate into the community. Kaleidoscope is open to individuals with a wide range of abilities and is not limited to those

Easter Seals Kaleidoscope After-School Care2017-08-06T23:14:09+00:00