LifeCIL, or Center for Independent Living, looks to advance equality and integration of all persons with disabilities through advocacy, education, support services, and community awareness.
Kim Tarkowski is the Vision Access Advocate for LifeCIL as she explains several factors that must imply in order to be a CIL.
LifeCIL offers five core services they must provide including advocacy, information and referral, independent living skills, peer support and mentoring, and transition. Tarkowski explains her role as the Vision Access Advocate.
This week LifeCIL will be bringing a low vision fair to DeWitt County for those with vision imparities.
The LifeCIL low vision fair at the DeWitt County Friendship Center will take place this Wednesday from 10 am-12 pm. For more information on LifeCIL visit www.lifecil.org.