Information & REferral Services:
Provide information on disability topics, issues and specialized equipment. Resources and Referral Assistance is available to link individuals with appropriate agencies and services.
To find out more about our referral services, please call our office (321) 633-6011
Independent Living Skills:
Assist individuals to develop skills in areas such as personal care, financial management, social skills and household management. Training is provided on a one-on-one basis or in a group setting.
To find out more about our life skills services, please call our office (321) 633-6011
Assist consumers in areas of individual and system advocacy skills. The Center also educates consumers and the community regarding roles and responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
To find out more about our legal services, please call our office (321) 633-6011
Self-help support services, individual or group meetings that empower consumers with disabilities. Provide opportunities for individuals to interact with their peers, provide support, encouragement and obtain fresh perspectives on overcoming barriers to reach their maximum independence.
To find out more about peer support services, please call our office (321) 633-6011
Transition – Youth:
Assist youth with disabilities who are eligible for an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan, who have completed their secondary education or otherwise left school, transition to post-secondary life.
Transition – Relocation from nursing home/other institutions:
Transition services for individuals with significant disabilities from more restrictive settings such as nursing homes/other institutions. Assist those at risk of entering an institution to remain in their home or community-based residences, with the required supports and services.
To find out more about transition services, please call our office (321) 633-6011