11/28/2017 CDCAN CAPITOL UPDATE – ART BOLTON, LONG TIME DISABILITY ADVOCATE, PASSES AWAY

SACRAMENTO, CA [BY MARTY OMOTO, CDCAN LAST UPDATED 11/28/2017 09:10 AM] – Art Bolton, the widely respected and beloved disability rights advocate and the author of what became the landmark “Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Services Act” – the nation’s first civil rights act protecting people with developmental disabilities in California – passed away Monday evening in … Read more11/28/2017 CDCAN CAPITOL UPDATE – ART BOLTON, LONG TIME DISABILITY ADVOCATE, PASSES AWAY

Danger Signs of Harm and Defending Yourself

The Fall 2017 SafetyNet Newsletter gives supporters an overview about how to know if an individual is being harmed and ways to stop assault. You will also learn about why individuals with developmental disabilities are more at risk for abuse and what you can do to help. Download, read, and share the newsletter with your … Read moreDanger Signs of Harm and Defending Yourself

1966 Summer

The summer of 1966 was wild and noisy. Vietnam had spiraled into a war. There was a growing immediacy to the civil rights movement. Demonstrations and community activism. Gas was thirty-two cents a gallon. Batman on TV, Ronald Reagan governor of California, the Berlin Wall was 5 years old. This was the world outside of … Read more1966 Summer