Living independently

Solo-dwellers, I'm here to tell you that you've made a practical, adult choice that you won't regret.

Living independently

Contact Independent Living Independent Living Living independently a philosophy and a movement of people with disabilities who work for self-determination, equal opportunities and self-respect.

Independent Living means that we demand the same choices and control in our everyday lives that our non-disabled brothers and sisters, neighbors and friends take for granted. We want to grow up in our families, go to the neighborhood school, use the same bus as our neighbors, work in jobs that are in line with our education and abilities, start families of our own.

Just as everybody else, we need to be in charge of our lives, think and speak for ourselves.

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To this end we need to support and learn from each other, organize ourselves and work for political changes that lead to the legal protection of our human and civil rights. People with disabilities must be empowered to take control over their own lives.

Living independently

For more on the history of Independent Living: The way in which these services are delivered vary, but they speak to the core of the independent living philosophy in an effort to promote independence, dignity and self-determination for all: SAIL staff also work in each community on a variety of advocacy issues and spend time one-on-one developing plans for advocacy.

Whatever stage of life you are in, SAIL staff are prepared to promote your independence and inclusion into the setting and community of your choice! We are knowledgeable about community agencies and service providers and refer requests for services to the appropriate resources available in your community in an unbiased manner.

SAIL staff are creative and can meet you where your needs are. Many of our IL Skills Training are taught through recreation and peer support groups where available.

Learn from others, share your struggles and stories of triumph For those offices with recreation programs, peer support is a core component as challenging recreational opportunities provide an opportunity for an individual to recognize their ability to succeed.

Living independently

Part of that success is YOU, a peer! The signing of the ADA legislation. Photo courtesy of the whitehouse.

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SAIL gave me support when I needed it most.Some independent living skills are difficult for people with severe learning and attention issues. If your child has severe learning and attention issues, you may wonder if he’ll be able to live independently.

Independent Living, Inc. is a consumer-directed, cross-disability advocacy and service organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals with disabilities living in Dutchess, Orange, Rockland, Sullivan and Ulster Counties.

The Independent Living Skills Development Program is designed to help you make the most of your abilities and increase your self-reliance and self-confidence. By providing you with training, resources, and information on adaptive equipment, we can help you take control of your life in order to live independently.

Living Independently Everything we do at Disability Network West Michigan is geared toward helping people with disabilities live independent lives and become their own advocates.

But that does not mean you cannot get a . We define Independent Senior Living through freedom, choice, amenities, and convenient assistance for a range of needs.

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Our residents have access to individually-tailored levels of senior-centered health care programs, assistance with home care, and a range of smartly-designed comforts. Independent Living is a philosophy and a movement of people with disabilities who work for self-determination, equal opportunities and self-respect.

“Independent Living does not mean that we want to do everything by ourselves and so not need anybody or that we want to live in isolation.

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