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505 Oberlin Road, Suite 148 Raleigh, NC 27605. Ed Roberts. ELIGIBILITY TO BECOME A CIL Grassroots Advocacy Organization Private Nonprofit Community-Based Consumer Controlled Cross-Disability Nonresidential. IL PHILOSOPHY Consumer control decision making service delivery management

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ELIGIBILITY TO BECOME A CIL

    • Grassroots Advocacy Organization
    • Private Nonprofit
    • Community-Based
    • Consumer Controlled
    • Cross-Disability
    • Nonresidential
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IL PHILOSOPHY

  • Consumer control
    • decision making
    • service delivery
    • management
    • establishment of policy direction
  • Self-help & Self-advocacy
    • Peer relationships & Peer role models
    • Equal access to society and to all services, programs, activities, resources & facilities
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CORE SERVICES OF

  • CENTERS FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
  • Advocacy
    • Individual Advocacy
    • Systems Advocacy
  • Peer Mentoring & Support
  • Independent Living Skills Training
  • Information & Referral
  • Transition Services
    • Youth Transitions
    • Transitions from Institutions
    • Diversions from Institutionalization
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CHARITY OR PITY/SIN MODEL

  • Belief: disability is a punishment
  • Language: afflicted with, stricken with
  • Definition: handicap is a physical or social barrier that limits or prohibits full participation by people with disabilities; environmental features
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MEDICAL/REHABILITATION MODEL

  • Belief: disability is a result of impairment and needs to be fixed or corrected as close as possible to “normal”
  • Language: Suffers with Muscular Dystrophy, TBI victim
  • Definition: disabled designates not able to be gainfully employed
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INDEPENDENT LIVING OR

  • LIFESPAN MODEL
  • Belief: disability is a natural part of the lifespan; if you live to age 70, your chance of living life with a disability is 82%
  • Language: People First, stroke survivor, living with Multiple Sclerosis
  • Definition: disability is a substantial limitation in one or more major life activity; person centered
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PEOPLE FIRST LANGUAGE

  • Place the person before the disability

Avoid referring to people by the disability they have

People are not “bound” to wheelchairs

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DEFINITION OF DISABILITY

  • The ADA uses a three-part definition of disability.
    • Has a physical or mental condition that substantially limits one or more major life activities;
    • Has a record of having such condition;
    • Is regarded as having such condition.
  • To be considered a person with a disability under the ADA, an individual must meet only one part of the three-part definition (not all three).
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Department of Health & Human Services

Administration for Community Living

Independent Living Administration

Centers for Independent Living

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STANDARDS FOR CILs

1. IL Philosophy

2. Provision of Services

3. IL Goals

4. Community Options

5. IL Core Services

6. Community Capacity

7. Resource Development

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ADMINISTRATION FOR COMMUNITY LIVING STRATEGIC PLAN GOALS

    • Advocacy
    • Protect rights and prevent abuse
    • Individual self-determination and control
    • Long term support services
    • Effective and responsible management
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