Creating Opportunities
for Adults with Disabilities

Socializing and Sharing


Right now, it's tough to maintain connections with our friends and others that we are used to seeing on a regular basis. But there are safe opportunities to socialize and share your ideas, thoughts and feelings during this time.


The Department for Developmental Services has created a one page handy information sheet on how to stay connected. Check it out here:


Visit our Vocational Visions Facebook Page


We are posting and sharing information every day about opportunites and activities that are important to our organization. We would love for you to check us out. Here are some ways you can interact with us on Facebook.


You can:


-  'like' our page

-  'follow' our page

-  write a 'recommendation' for Vocational Visions on our page

-  like and / or comment on our posts

-  share a post from your Facebook page to our Facebook page like Joshua from ADP did

    Click here to see Joshua's post 

-  make your own post on our page

*** (when you share or write a post on our page, we will make sure that everyone can see it) ***


Click here to view our Facebook page



Using Zoom for Virtual Meetings


Zoom is an application that you can download for free to your smart phone, computer or tablet. The basic tier of service is free and allows you to schedule or join meetings with up to 100 participants (there may be a 40 minute time limit for each meeting).


Here is a simple video on how to JOIN a zoom meeting for the first time:



Here is a simple video on how to HOST a zoom meeting for the first time:




Talk Time Tuesday


The Autism Society has put together a Zoom social meeting event every Tuesday at 2:00 pm where you can talk and share with others. We recommend you join the Zoom meeting about 10 minutes before the meeting is scheduled to start (you must have the Zoom app on your phone or computer to join).


Click here to join this Zoom meeting


Meeting ID # is 260 568 8235.


Talk Time Tuesdays



Disability Chat Group (Thursdays)


Join the Dayle McIntosh Center (DMC) every 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month from 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm for a weekly Disability Chat Group! This group gives people with disabilities in Orange County the opportunity to hang out, share ideas, share feelings and chat about life. All ages and disabilities are welcome.


Disability Chat Group 2


There are 3 ways you can join the chat:


- Download Zoom from the website

(click on the first blue 'Download' button)

- Click on this link to join the meeting:


- Download the ZOOM Cloud Meetings app (the icon is blue with a camera on it)
- Click on this link to join the meeting:


- Dial the number below and wait to be connected

- Enter meeting code 310-341-468 and then press the # button

- When they ask for your participant number, press the # button one more time to enter the meeting


If you need help connecting, or if you have any questions, contact Megan at (714) 975-3935 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .