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ILCSC Brochures:

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), California Community Transitions (CCT), Main, Lancaster, and Training House.
(click on brochure to view or print)

Disability 101

Disability 101
Presented by...
Los Angeles Independent
Living Centers
(click to view or print)

 


Community Resource Guide Pocket Resource Guide

View or Print the Community Resource Guide (14 pt. font) and the Community Resource Pocket Guide (fits in your wallet, folded)

Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader ...
to download the free software, follow this link:

Adobe Acrobat Reader Download
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"We appreciate finding new resources to share with our community. Our seniors are very thankful to receive new information."
Patty Molinar
City of Burbank -RSVP

"While on your web site I found your Community Resource Pocket Guide-WOW! -What a Great Consumer Resource you developed!"
Lyne P.
ABIL
Phoenix, AZ


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“In January 2008, the Governor's Office of Emergency Services established the Office of Access and Functional Needs (OAFN). The purpose of OAFN is to identify the needs of people with disabilities and others with access and functional needs before, during, and after a disaster and to integrate disability needs and resources into emergency management systems. The OAFN offers guidance to emergency managers and planners, disability and older adult service systems for planning and responding during disasters and recovery.”

 

ARE YOU PREPARED?

Disasters can strike at any time...

Being prepared in the event of a disaster is important. It takes planning and preparation, which can save your life. We are pleased to provide the following resources to help you prepare. Having the proper supplies on hand will make the difference of possibly being able to "shelter in place" in your own residence (if it is structurally sound) until rescue personnel can reach you.

Below, we are offering free Disaster Preparedness Checklists which you can download/print, and links to other related resources which can assist you in being prepared and assembling emergency supplies for a personal "Go-Kit," for yourself, your family, service animal, emotional support animal, or pet.

 


DISASTER PREPAREDNESS INFORMATION

ILCSC CAF DISASTER PREPAREDNESS CHECKLIST & EMERGENCY INFORMATION - ENGLISH (PDF)

ILCSC CAF LISTA DE PREPARACION PARA DESASTRES Y INFORMACIÓN DE EMERGENCIA - SPANISH (PDF)

READY.GOV (WEBSITE)

PREPAREDNESS FOR SENIORS BROCHURE (PDF)

PREPAREDNESS FOR SENIORS (PRINTER FRIENDLY - ENGLISH)

PREPAREDNESS FOR SENIORS (PRINTER FRIENDLY - SPANISH)

 

DISASTER PREPAREDNESS FOR SERVICE ANIMALS, EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMALS, PETS

READY.GOV (CARING FOR ANIMALS IN A DISASTER)

READY.GOV INFORMATION FOR PET OWNERS BROCHURE (PDF)

READY.GOV INFORMATION FOR PET OWNERS (PRINTER FRIENDLY)

READY.GOV INFORMATION FOR PET OWNERS (PRINTER FRIENDLY - SPANISH)

Courtesy of the
Independent Living Center of Southern California


 

Confused about the Coordinated Care Initiative and if you are considered a Cal Dual?

Watch these informational You Tube videos for helpful information...courtesy of the Coordinated Care Initiative (CCI) - Cal Duals

Cal MediConnecToons - episode 1 (English)

Cal MediConnecToons - episode 2 (English)

Cal MediConnecToons - episode 3 (English)

Cal MediConnecToons - episode 4 (English)

Cal MediConnecToons - episode 5 (English)

These videos are also available in Spanish and Closed Captioned

 


The ILCSC is offering,
through California Lifeline,
FREE MOBILE PHONE
and SERVICE (or
discounted plans) for
clients who qualify.
(One per household)

For more information,
please visit our 'Services'
page on this website.

cell phone

 


Logo: National Council on Independent Living

National Council on Independent Living

www.ncil.org
voice: 202.207.0334
toll free: 877.525.3400
TTY: 202.207.0340


Logo: California State Independent Living Council

California Department of Rehabilitation

www.rehab.cahwnet.gov (916) 324-1313 (VOICE)
(916) 558-5807 (TTY)


Logo: DBTAC - Pacific ADA Center

www.adapacific.org
1-800-949-4232 (Voice/TTY)


Shelter Partnership Logo

Shelter Partnership

www.shelterpartnership.org
Phone: (213) 688-2188


FamilySource Logo

South Valley and Canoga Park FamilySource Centers...
a program managed by New Economics for Women

www.cdd.lacity.org/fam_fsc
Van Nuys -
(818) 786-4098
Canoga Park -
(818) 887-3872


Neurocommunity Foundation Center for Aging Research & Education (CARE)

Parkinson & Movement Disorder Information Center at CARE

Northridge Foundation for Neurological Research & Education

www.neurocommunity.org
818-885-8623
email: neurocommunity@gmail.com


AT Network Logo

Toll-Free: 800-390-2699 TTY: 800-900-0706|
email: inf...@atnet.org


ADA Roadside Assistance

Offering roadside assistance for both your vehicle and your mobility device...

1-800-720-3132
http://www.americandriversalliance.com/



*The ILCSC does not necessarily endorse any of the products, services, companies, or organizations listed herein...for informational purposes only.