About

Building Skills & Knowledge

'Essential' ILCSC

Mission Statement: The ILCSC Is Dedicated To Providing The Services Which Offer The Opportunity To Seek An Individual Path Towards Independence, While Educating The Community.

ILCSC is a non-residential agency providing a wide range of services to a growing population of People with Disabilities, including Youth, Older Adults, and Veterans…persons of all ages with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Stroke, Cancer, Autism, Visual Impairments, Arthritis, Loss of Hearing, Mental Illness, and Physical Impairments.

Dedication

If you come to us with a need, we are committed to assisting you in meeting that need.

Focused

We assist persons with disabilities in reaching their goal of living independently.

Dignity

How people are treated makes a direct impact upon them and we are dedicated to serving with kindness and dignity.

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."

-Aesop

Remember the Past

Since 1976

In 1975 Norma Jean Vescovo, Darrell McDaniel, Lou Nau, and Bob Campbell,  worked together to plan, develop, and set up the operations of the ILCSC. As a team, we worked with the people in the community to seek out the needs of persons with disabilities.

The ILCSC was established in 1976 and we made one promise, that has been consistent for over 40 years, ‘If you need a service and are a person with a disability, come to us and you will receive that service.’

Founding Members of ILCSC in 1976
Founding ILCSC Board Members – (left to right) Darrell McDaniel; Lou Nau; and Bob Campbell
1976 ILCSC Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
1976 ILCSC Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – (left to right) Ed Roberts, Ernani Bernardi, Darrell McDaniel
Norma Jean Vescovo portrait and picture receiving placque
Norma Jean Vescovo , founder ILCSC, Executive Director 1976-2020

Strengthening Your Ability To Live Independently

‘If You Need a Service and Are a Person with a Disability, Come to Us and You Will Receive That Service.’

ILCSC Board of Directors

The ILCSC Board of Directors guide the organization with advice and counsel. They help us to fulfill our mission and vision. The Board provides the expertise and leadership needed to guide our organization in providing excellence, both in services and programs.

Our Board represents the people we serve. A minimum of 51% are persons with disabilities. They reflect the socioeconomic, ethnic, geographic and disability diversity of our community.

We appoint Board members based upon their interest in our mission. Our Board meets monthly. Board members are volunteers and are not paid.

The ILCSC thanks and appreciates each and every one of our Board Members for their dedication and service.