Assistive Technology (AT) Volunteer - Disability Nonprofit

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ORGANIZATION: Dayle McIntosh Center for the Disabled

Program Overview

The Assistive Technology Program promotes the use of equipment, software, devices, and applications suited to the needs of people with disabilities and older adults to improve life in the community and at home. The AT Program offers the following services:

AT Information and Referral offers assistive technology information and resources that offer financial support to obtain needed equipment, maintain a comprehensive database of agencies and organizations that offer AT-related services or products, and facilitate referrals to appropriate agencies based on individuals' AT-related needs.

Our AT Coordinator works with consumers to identify the most appropriate assistive technology to meet their needs, helps them obtain it, and provides one-on-one training.

The AT lab offers various equipment and accessible computer workstations that consumers can use at our Anaheim office.

The Recycle/Reuse Program accepts donations of used medical equipment and assistive technology which are provided to individuals who need these items but cannot afford them or cannot obtain them through health insurance.


Respond to donation referrals and ask pre-screening questions.

Inspect donation items and dispose of equipment that is defective or ineligible for donation.

Help clean and sanitize donation items.

Prepare and mail intake forms.

Assist with scanning and uploading documents to DocuSign.

Desired Qualities

Comfortable using basic office equipment and Microsoft Windows

Friendly attitude and a reliable team member


Knowledge, experience and/or passion for Assistive Technology or Durable Medical Equipment

Complete the interview, pass a background check, and attend orientation

Wear a face mask in the office

Able to carry and lift 30 to 40 lbs.

Log volunteer hours after every shift

Keep the Volunteer Coordinator informed about any changes or concerns

Minimum 4 hours of service per month

Maintain the confidentiality of Dayle McIntosh Center information


Flexible scheduling: Shifts available on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 8:30am to 5:00pm

People with disabilities and older adults are encouraged to apply!

To apply, please visit:

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About Dayle McIntosh Center for the Disabled


501 N Brookhurst St #102, Anaheim, CA 92801, US

Mission Statement

To develop access and independence by, and for, people with disabilities.


The Dayle McIntosh Center for the Disabled, also referred to as DMC, is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that focuses on core services and serves as hub organization with many referral resources, programs, and partners. We provide services to people with disabilities and older adults as we facilitate equal, equitable access and inclusion within the community.

The organization’s vision statement is "People with disabilities and older adults have equal opportunities to lead their lives as they choose."

Founded in 1977, DMC’s doors opened rooted in the disability justice movement. DMC is a non-residential, cross-disability agency and meets the standards and indicators established for the operation of independent living centers in the federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Currently, 28 such centers exist in California and approximately 500 are in operation nationally.

Based in Orange County, California, DMC partners with people with disabilities and older adults to address current concerns and achieve personal goals toward maximum independence. DMC does not "do for", but rather, "works with" consumers to bring about desired outcomes. Assistance is provided without regard for age, race, income, or type of disability.




Mon Jun 03, 2024 - Wed Dec 31, 2025
12:01 AM - 11:59 PM


Anaheim, CA 92801







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