Independent Lifestyles believes that everyone deserves opportunities to make decisions that affect their life, are able to pursue activities of their own choosing, and are limited only in the same ways that one’s non-disabled neighbors are limited. Independent living should not only be defined in terms of living on one’s own. Being employed in a job fitting their capabilities and interests, or having an active social life are aspects of living independently. Independent living has to do with self-determination. It is having the right and the opportunity to pursue a course of action. And, it is having the freedom to fail and to learn from one’s failures, just as non-disabled people do.
Independent Lifestyles provides up-to-date information with an extensive library of disability related materials about accessibility services, laws, rules and regulations. Independent Lifestyles maintains a working relationship with related agencies and resources to make appropriate referrals as necessary. Information and Referral helps you identify various options and resources that supports choice and independence for people with disabilities. Click on the drop down menu above to view our current services.
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