Follow Us On Social Media
~LOAN CLOSET UPDATE~
CLOSED Monday 6/20
At this time we are ONLY accepting the following donations:
*Manual Wheelchairs *Power Wheelchairs *Transport Wheelchairs *Power Scooters
*CPAP (less than 3 years old)
*Bed Liners *Blue Pads *Pull-Up Briefs *Nutritional Drink(s)
Sorry for any inconveniences -THANK YOU for understanding
NEW LOAN CLOSET HOURS
Need help finding a vaccine? Call
1-800-232-0233 (TTY 888-720-7489)
Want some help setting up a COVID vaccination? We will provide people 5+ wanting their first, second, or booster dosage with local locations, help schedule a vaccine, or arrange an in-home vaccine dosage for people with disabilities.
While we plan on having the Loan Closet open these days, because of COVID there may be times we feel it is unsafe to do so out of concern for the people we serve and the people we employ. We ask you please call AHEAD (517)782-6054 to check if it is open and to request equipment so we can make the process easier for all involved.
Fix-dis services are currently closed until further notice.
Please help Rehabilitation Research Design and Disability (R2D2) Center with this survey and possible future research on community accessibility, universal design, home accessibility, and other disability-related topics. By completing this survey and providing your contact/personal information, you are agreeing to potentially receive outreach from the R2D2 Center regarding participation in one or more of our ongoing studies. The information in this survey will not be used outside of determining whether you are eligible to be contacted for potential participation in our one or more of our studies. You will not receive compensation for completing this survey. Survey responses will be retained in perpetuity or until the closing of the R2D2 center. Follow this link to the survey
How different would the story have been if Victor Frankenstein and the villagers had reacted to the “creature” not with fear and violence, but with “yes and” and “got your back”?
Watch Jim Ansaldo from the Indiana Institute On Disability at Indiana University, lead this participatory, thoughtful, and fun session. They used improv-- the art of making things up on the spot -- to explore these ideas and co-create new stories of disability that represent our highest aspirations.
Get ready to follow along in this active and fun presentation, focused around how we can change the discourse about disability.
YOUR OPINION COUNTS
The Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC) needs to hear directly from people who have disabilities, their family members, friends, caregivers and other stakeholders. Your participation in the process is vital and we appreciate your time and consideration in completing this survey.
The information collected will help to assess how those programs and services are meeting the needs of people who have disabilities living in Michigan. The following link will take you to the survey.