Rolling Start Inc. Blog

Check your Eligibility to get on the Vaccine Waiting List

February 17th, 2021

The vaccine rollout is getting ramped up and more and more people are becoming eligible to receive it. Everyone in California will have an opportunity to get the Covid-19 vaccination at no cost. Supply is limited at the moment so it is being distributed in phases. Check your eligibility right here to see if you are eligible to get put on the waiting list.

#NobodyIsDisposable #HighRiskCA

February 10th, 2021

We want to hear from you. Tell us your story! We are fighting to prioritize people with disabilities and high risk health conditions for the Covid-19 vaccination rollout. Make sure to use the hashtags #NobodyIsDisposable and #HighRiskCA and tag us @RollingStartInc in your social media posts. Let’s raise awareness together to remind the state that the Covid19 vaccination phase plan needs to include people with disabilities and high risk health conditions ASAP!

Living Well in the Community Classes

January 26th, 2021

LWC courses are back! Starting next Tuesday, you can participate in our special course to help empower you on your path toward living independently. LWC will proceed on Tuesdays and Thursdays for the next three weeks. Sign up in our links on our calendar page or go to our LWC page to reserve your space. Lunch will be provided during your participation thanks to our partnership with IEHP. Sign up now to join in!

Ed Roberts Day

January 23rd, 2021

Ed Roberts was both an advocate and an activist.  He was a leader in the civil rights movement and championed the rights of people with disabilities.  He was the founder of the first Center for Independent Living and the World Institute on Disability.  He is often thought of as the father of the Independent Living Movement.  Ed advocated for his right to attend the University of Berkley,  and participated in the 504 sit-in held in San Francisco.  He was known for a lot of things but most importantly he believed in empowering others to become advocates and activists.
Here are a couple of videos on YouTube:

Brand New Year, Brand New Blog

January 20th, 2021

It’s a new year and we’re looking forward to the road ahead. The challenges of Covid-19 are still here, but hope is on the horizon. We’ve received a letter that the California Department of Public Health has expanded the phases of the COVID-19 vaccine allocation.  All persons 65 years of age and older within the general population will be eligible for the Phase 1A vaccine rollout.

San Bernardino county residents age 65 and older can register online at the County’s COVID-19 Response website at:

Vaccination sites are located throughout the County at various Public Health locations, hospitals, and pharmacies.  Check the above link for the location nearest you. You can call the San Bernardino County COVID-19 hotline at (909) 387-3911 from 9:00 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.

In light of this news, we see that our fight against Covid-19 will take a turn for the better as we gear up to turn the tides in our favor. Just as before, we are here to help you and if you need any help with masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer then we have you covered. Call our offices to learn more about how we can help you stay protected from Covid-19. If you are a person with a disability and you need help with either the website, transportation, or anything related to the vaccine, let us know. We may not have all the answers, but we will bring these issues to the county and get answers.

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