Independent Living Skills Training

Posted March 10, 2021 by Beth in ,

RCIL offers five core services to individuals with disabilities, their families, and their community.  The five Core Services are: Advocacy, Peer Counseling, Independent Living Skills Training, Information and Referral, and Deinstitutionalization/Youth Transition Services.  These services are free of charge to individuals across all ages and disabilities that live in Allen, Anderson, Bourbon, Butler, Chase, Coffey, Cowley, Elk, Greenwood, Linn, Lyon, Marion, Miami, Morris, and Osage counties.

RCIL teaches people with disabilities the life skills that they need to manage everyday life.  Some examples of life skills include: learning how to acquire or maintain housing, employment, transportation, medical equipment, healthcare, and assistive technology.  Other examples are: learning how to cook, developing a budget, performing tasks like cleaning and organizing, and much more.  If you are a person with a disability and want to improve your life skills, contact RCIL today at 785-528-3105 for more information and to request services for Independent Living Skills Training.

Beth

Beth has been with RCIL since 2007 and is the Information and Outreach Coordinator in our Osage City office. She takes information and referral calls and represents RCIL through community outreach.

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