Many thanks to Pasco Aging Network for your grant that will serve seniors with disabilities in Pasco County and Senior Citizens Services for the grant that will serve seniors with disabilities in Pinellas County with durable medical equipment that enables them to safely remain independent in their homes!
Some examples of equipment provided through our Consumer Equipment & Modification Assistance (CEMA) Program include walkers, rollators, wheelchairs and batteries, raised commodes, transfer benches. Minor home modifications include installation of grab bars, handrails, and ramps that improve safety and accessibility in the home!
Call us if we can be of assistance to you! Our phone number is (727) 539-7550.
Disability Achievement Center is the designated Mid-County Distribution Center for AAAPP’s “Diapers for Dignity” Program. If you have excess incontinence supplies, your donation is greatly appreciated. If you are in need of incontinence supplies, you can pick them up at the Center.
The AAAPP is proud to announce that Disability Achievement Center is our newest partner in Diapers for Dignity, an adult incontinence supply bank for those that cannot afford to purchase the supplies that they need. Disability Achievement Center has experience working on this need and will continue to accept donations of unopened packages of adult incontinence supplies, including pads, pull-ups, tabbed briefs, etc. Adults in Pinellas County who are unable to afford incontinence supplies can go to their Largo location to receive products, Monday – Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM. Disability Achievement Center is located at 12552 S Belcher Rd, Largo, FL 33773.
This program makes using the PSTA system easy and saves money. From your first mile to your last, to 24 locations, Direct Connect utilizes the power of innovative partnerships with Uber, United Taxi and Wheelchair Transport to get you where you need to be.
We are grateful for the opportunity to share Disability Achievement Center’s services in the community. You can also watch the broadcast on Brighthouse Channel 622 and Frontier Channel 44 at 7am and 5pm during the month of February. Please share!
The Disability Achievement Center in conjunction with the University of Florida/IFAS are kicking off a Garden to Education to Community project beginning November 1st. Ms. Malory Foster, District Food Systems Specialist of Family Nutrition Program of Family Youth and Community Sciences will be spearheading this innovative program with the youth attending the Independent Living Skills class every Wednesday at DAC. Containment gardening will be developed in the small plot of land adjacent to the building. Raised planters, earth boxes and a hydroponic area will house the variety of seedlings and plants that are provided through the $500 allotment from University of Florida. The youth will be involved from the ground up and with the ongoing nurturing of their garden. A cooking event with Chef Donna Sagan-Hortez, Program Assistant, of the Family Nutrition Program will occur around the holidays featuring the vegetables, fruits and herbs harvested.