Programs Offered:

Core Services

Information & REferral Services:

Individuals and/or the community at large are provided information on independent living, disability topics/issues, specialized equipment resources and referral assistance that link individuals with appropriate organizations and services.  Information and Referral may result from the initial call or intake interview.  Some cases may need to be referred to other agencies for assistance.

To find out more about our referral services, please call our office (321) 633-6011

Life Skills Training & counseling:

Classes/activities focus on developing skills to achieve individual goals to increase independence, such as meal plan, budgeting, cooking, cleaning or how to fill out an application for employment.  Independent Living Life Skills Training can be provided on a one to one basis as well as in a group setting.

To find out more about our life skills services, please call our office (321) 633-6011

Advocacy & Legal Assistance:

We respond to individuals or the community to advocate or provide information and/or resources regarding disability laws as it pertains to access to services, businesses, communication or other accessibility issues.

To find out more about our legal services, please call our office (321) 633-6011

Individual & Group Peer Support:

A self-help support service, individual or group meeting are aimed at empowering the consumer with disabilities and give the opportunity to interact with their peers to provide support, encouragement and obtain fresh new 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:

In accordance with the Work Force Innovation Opportunity Act (W.I.O.A.), transition services are provided for youth with disabilities ages 14-22 through Independent Living Skills Training.  IL Skills training are provided in the following general areas:  Knowledge and Information, Benefits Planning, Community Resources, Career Exploration, Self-Advocacy, Money Management, Self-Management, Work Experiences, Planning, Social Skills and other IL related skills.                                                                                                                                                 

Transition – Relocation from nursing home/other institutions:

Transition services for individuals with significant disabilities from nursing homes and other institutions and those at risk of entering an institution to home and community-based residences, with the requisite supports and services.

To find out more about transition services, please call our office (321) 633-6011