An Orange County History

Established in 1951 by parents who wanted to provide enhanced opportunities for their children with developmental disabilities, My Day Counts / Orange County Adult Achievement Center has grown to serve over 800 adults in year-round programs designed to enrich the lives of the individuals served and enable them to achieve their full potential.

We Accomplish Our Goals By

Vocational training, employment and placement in community-based jobs.
Skill development designed to enhance the potential for independent living, making informed choices, and self-advocacy.
Opportunities to participate in leisure and recreational activities, based on individual preferences, designed to enhance the quality of life.
Picture: Two Clients at My Day Counts
Making Life Better For People With Disabilities

At My Day Counts we have one clear mission: “Making Life Better for People with Disabilities”

To fulfill our mission, we incorporate a strong set of fundamental Values into all facets of OCAAC’s operations:

Pursue Excellence in our operations, policies and practices
Maintain Integrity in our conduct at all times
Encourage Innovation in our entire staff to find new and better ways of meeting our goals.
Foster Teamwork so that all members of the My Day Counts community are working together to provide quality services for our clients
Be accountable for Fiscal Responsibility.
Have Respect for all clients and staff

These core Values provide a foundation and guidance across all levels of our organization.