BRIDGES

BRIDGES


Building Skills

Recognition

Independence

Developing Peer Support

Goal Setting

Empowerment

Self-Advocacy

 


What is the Independent Living Philosophy?

Independent Living (IL) is a philosophy and a movement of people with disabilities who work for self-determination, equal opportunities and self-respect. IL for people with disabilities means being able to live in the way you choose, with people you choose, and in the community of your choice.  It means having choices about who helps you and the ways they help.  It is about having control over your day to day life.

Five Core Services:

  1. Individual & Systems Advocacy.
  2. Peer Support
  3. Information & Referral
  4. Independent Living Skills Training.
  5. Transition Services

Bridges staff work with each participant  to set program goals to help clients gain  more independence.


Robert Cornell 

can be reached at:

Bridges@scilwa.org

 

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