What helps you get outside of your home to do things in the community? What do your consumers need to do the same? Our team at the University of Kansas Research & Training Center on Independent Living is doing research to help people with physical disabilities be as involved in their communities as they would like to be. We think that LIVING in the community may be different from PARTICIPATING as an active and equal… Physical Disabilities SurveyRead More Physical Disabilities Survey
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1 in 5 people has a disability, and people like Gwynneth VanLaven benefit from the CIL’s contributions every day. The Ann Arbor CIL organizes workshops and classes, spreads resources, and reduces the stigma for people with disabilities. Help us continue to make this possible by making a donation today! You can donate by mailing this donation card to Ann Arbor CIL 3941 Research Park Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48108 or donating online: As Thanksgiving comes… Consider making a donation to the Ann Arbor CIL this Thanksgiving!Read More Consider making a donation to the Ann Arbor CIL this Thanksgiving!
The Ann Arbor CIL works tirelessly to reduce the stigma surrounding disabilities and addressing the individual needs of people with disabilities. We continuously strive to help more and more people like Gwynneth. Help us make a difference by making a donation today! You can donate by mailing this donation card to Ann Arbor CIL 3941 Research Park Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48108 or donating online: As Thanksgiving comes around the corner, so does… Kick off November by making a donation today!Read More Kick off November by making a donation today!
My Turn for ASD Families Sunday, November 12, 2017 9:30–11:30 a.m University of Michigan Museum of Natural History Families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders are invited to attend this free program in a less sensory-stimulating and crowd-free environment. This two-hour UMMNH event will allow My Turn visitors to explore the galleries at their own pace, view a planetarium show, and participate in ASD-friendly, hands-on activities with specially trained staff and docents. The Museum will… My Turn for ASD FamiliesRead More My Turn for ASD Families
We’re a nonprofit organization dedicated to the success of children, youth and adults with disabilities at home, at school, at work and in the community.
The Ann Arbor CIL works tirelessly to uphold the promise of the ADA, and your support will help us to continue supporting independence. Gifts to the Ann Arbor CIL are Tax-deductible. The Ann Arbor CIL is a 501(c)3 organization licensed to solicit charitable contributions in the State of Michigan, MICS#9599.
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