One of WILS Five Core Services
The heart and soul of Independent Living is being in control of your own life.
WILS functions as an independent living resource center to help you gain that control by providing independent living skills training and combining it with daily living skills. We empower individuals with disabilities and provide techniques so they can participate fully in daily living, recreational and/or social opportunities, and vocational or volunteering activities.
Through the creation of consumer goals WILS assists motivated individuals to gain greater overall independence.
WILS Independent Living Skills Training Includes
(Our training includes but is not limited to the following areas)
- Developing and managing a personal budget
- Promoting self-advocacy
- Teaching homemaking skills
- Utilizing community services
- Obtaining assistive devices and durable medical equipment
- Hiring and maintaining a Personal Care Assistant (PCA)
WILS envisions a society where all individuals can participate fully and we understand that a person with a disability who learns to navigate through daily activities is free to pursue all the possibilities of life.