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ILCSC Brochure

ILCSC Brochure

Community Resource Guide

Community Resource Guide cover, larger version. Burgundy, black and white, with burgundy ILC logo.

COMING SOON!
Newly updated Guide.

Internet For All – Page 2
Internet For All – Page 2

DOWNLOAD THE BOOKLET…
PRINT SETTINGS: DOUBLE SIDED/FLIP ON THE SHORT EDGE; FOLD IN THREE SECTIONS

*The Independent Living Center of Southern California (ILCSC) does not necessarily endorse or recommend any of the resources listed on this page. Resources are for informational purposes only.

Three pictures side-by-side. Clients in Training House Garden, six men, two in wheelchairs; black and white photo of old ILCSC accessible van parked in front of ILCSC Van Nuys Service Office; man pushing girl in wheelchair towards van.
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City of Burbank

“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

ABIL

“While on your web site I found your Community Resource Pocket Guide-WOW!  -What a Great Consumer Resource you developed!” 

Lyne P.

Phoenix, AZ

OTHER RESOURCES

“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.”

Click below for Cal OES, Governor’s Office of Emergency Services website…

Cal OES, Governor's Office of Emergency Services logo. Black with white lettering, gold shield with white bear silhouette and red star over its head.

LIST OF CALIFORNIA
INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTERS
(CLICK ABOVE)

National Council on Independent Living
(click below)

National Council on Independent Living (NCIL) Logo, dark blue.

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