Services and Programs
- INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS TRAINING - Develop the skills needed to live independently.
- INFORMATION AND REFERRAL – Provide referral for specific services offered by TRCIL or other agencies.
- ADVOCACY (Individual and Systems Change) – Work to address discrimination issues and promote systems change.
- PEER SUPPORT – Provide one-to-one informal support and advice.
ADDITIONAL SERVICES AND PROGRAMS
- COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM FOR PERSONS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES (CSPPPD) – Provide service coordination, peer support, community integration/consumer support, advocacy, skills training, and transportation arrangements for individuals who are residing in nursing facilities; and community-based Medicaid Waiver Services for eligible individuals who want to transition to community living or are already living in their own home in the community.
- PERSONAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES (PAS) – Help in the home with daily living activities such as: bathing, eating, shopping, cleaning, etc.
- FISCAL/EMPLOYER AGENT (F/EA) - Work with the consumer/participant in order that they may hire and manage their own consumer-model Personal Care Workers.
- NURSING HOME TRANSITION (NHT) – Move out of nursing homes and into the community with the necessary services and supports.
- ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY & EQUIPMENT (AT) – Obtain equipment and devices needed to be independent such as: ramps, wheelchairs, walkers, and other assistive technology devices.
- COMMUNICATION – Provide interpreter services and other services for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, non-verbal, etc.
- LIBRARY – Provide information on disabilities, education, and internet research.
- LIVING WELL WITH A DISABILITY - Assist individuals with disabilities in reaching short-term and long-term goals – ranging from the achievement of dreams and aspirations to enhance the quality of life to acquiring the necessary goods and services to maintain independence.
- DEVELOPMENT and PUBLIC RELATIONS – Coordinate marketing, public relations, fundraising activities, and community education and outreach.
- YOUTH TRANSITIONING PROGRAM - Provide youth with disabilities age 14-21 years one-on-one and group training to address skills needed to transition from high school to higher education, employment and/or independent living.