The Time is NOW!
Thank you for joining us for the 11th annual Disability Capitol Action Day (DCAD) on May 21, 2014. DCAD is one of the nation’s largest and most diverse cross-disability annual days of unity.
People from every corner of California came to Sacramento to march in solidarity, share resources and hear from passionate speakers. We also engaged in discussions about important issues like In Homes Supportive Services, building accessible communities for all and the potential of the disability vote in the 2014 elections.
The DCAD 2014 Legislative Sponsor was Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (SD 19, Santa Barbara). She is a well known supporter of environmental, healthcare, aging and disability issues. Participants were excited to hear Sen. Jackson rally the crowd with great energy as she did last year at DCAD 2013.
For over a decade now DCAD has continue to grow and bring the disability community and our allies together for our day at the State Capitol. This year we welcomed nearly 1500 people and the Disability Resource Fair engaged over 45 exhibitors to share accessible resources, educational tools and products.
On this website you will find ways to engage and become a part of Disability Capitol Action Day 2015. Whether you would like to attend by yourself or with a group, take a larger role by being a sponsor or become resource fair exhibitor…you will find links for more information on the left side panel of this home page.
And we invite you to be a part of the DCAD 2015 team on social media! You can like us on FACEBOOK, follow us on TWITTER or share your DCAD story on TUMBLR and Youtube.
DCAD is for everyone who shares our common goal of increasing access and equality for people with disabilities. Please invite your friends, family, neighbors, colleagues and caregivers…and don’t delay, the time is now to join us today!
Disability Capitol Action Day is an annual event coordinated by The Disability Action Coalition as an opportunity for people of cross disabilities and their allies to come together in solidarity for learning, resources, unity and to share the current issues that affect their daily lives in California.