Free Developmental Screening

Free Developmental Screening

Do you want to know if your child is developing accordingly to their age?
We welcome all children 0-5 years old!

Friday, March 15, 2024
130 Laguna Rd. Ste. A, Fullerton, CA 92835
*or first 50 children*

Screening process may take up to 2 hours
No Appointment Necessary
Reimagine Fullerton Campus
Your child will be screened by early intervention specialist in these areas of development:

  • Fine & Gross Motor
  • Speech & Language
  • Vision
  • Dental
  • Health
  • Behavior/Emotional
  • Hearing

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Reimagine will host a special screening of award-winning documentary, “Unseen.”

Reimagine will host a special screening of award-winning documentary, “Unseen.”

Thursday, September 28, 2023

Sponsored by First Five California, Reimagine hosts this special screening of the award-winning documentary “Unseen.” Many parent caregivers for individuals who are disabled or medically complex are exhausted and isolated–a mental health crisis that costs us all. The film is an unfiltered, honest glimpse into their lives to enable change for millions of caregivers and their families.


Try your Luck for a Good Cause!

Try your Luck for a Good Cause!


Join us for an evening of gaming, great food, cocktails, music and much more.
Try your luck at the poker table, roll the dice at craps, or spin the wheel at the roulette table.
Plus raffle prizes and a special presentation in celebration of our disability community of friends and family!

Date: September 16, 2023
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: Reimagine 1601 E. St. Andrew Place
Santa Ana, CA 92705

Must be age 21 and above

$100.00 per ticket for one

Each ticket includes:
$250 in playing script*
2 drink tickets
1 raffle ticket (exciting experiences; fan fave memorabilia and more)
Dinner by Maggiano’s Little Italy with pasta (plus other choices), salad, dessert and libations!
*(Feeling lucky? You can purchase more playing script at the event!)


From RIO to Reimagine…a Legacy of Relentlessly Pursuing Possibilities

From RIO to Reimagine…a Legacy of Relentlessly Pursuing Possibilities

Not so long ago, we were RIO: A shortened, modified version of our founding name, The Rehabilitation Institute of Southern California. Now, as Reimagine, we are celebrating our 70th Anniversary of creating opportunities for people with disabilities to live an enhanced quality of life.

But how did we get here?

Our journey began in 1950, when a group of brave parents of children with disabilities banded together to help their kids get the specialized care they needed. Those parents opened doors for others to step out of the shadows and ask the same for their family members. Their bold action sparked our decades-long evolution of focused, individualized care and extended support for people with disabilities.

Since then, an environment of diversity and inclusion has driven our passion to keep unlocking possibilities for the differently abled. We have expanded our programs and services over the years, always believing that growth, learning and development in people with disabilities, from infants to seniors, was possible.

In 2018, when Dr. Motola joined us as CEO, we stepped back to re-evaluate our identity and began planning the continued evolution of our programs, services and partnerships. In addition to sharing his vision for expansion, Dr. Motola inspired us to redouble our efforts to challenge stereotypes and eliminate the barriers that stood in the paths of our participants to thrive.

2020: A New Name…

Earlier this year, we officially became Reimagine—Relentlessly Pursing Possibilities under the values of courage, passion, inclusivity, collaboration and integrity. It’s about never being afraid to try, never giving up, embracing all participants, working together and always honoring our participants and partners.

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, we were one of the first in Orange County serving people with disabilities to offer a “virtual campus” delivering programming to our clients at home via iPads or laptops such as:

  • Arts and crafts
  • Cooking
  • Dance movement
  • Games
  • Health and wellness
  • Math skills
  • Peer relationships
  • Music
  • Science experiments
  • Storytime
  • Zumba

We continue to track with our local public health officials and the California Department of Developmental Service to keep apprised of optimal COVID-19 safety guidelines. In doing so, we are taking all precautionary steps to protect the health and well-being of our clients and continue providing services for our medically-fragile participants—these interactions are essential for both the physical and mental well-being of these clients and our staff members who care so much for them.

Even in virtual or socially distanced settings, our specialized therapies, enrichment services and independent living support have awakened the possibilities for participants and given their families renewed hope for the futures of their loved ones.

We’ll have more exciting announcements to come in the months ahead. Stay tuned!