Research & Community Development
Research and Development try to identify areas where there are gaps in programs and services to identify met needs in the community. All aspects of the program are based on Independent Living Principles. They must be consumer controlled, cross-disability, community-based, non-profit, and promote integration and participation in the community
Developing new programs and providing support to consumers or community to implement them.
Working with existing service providers to extend their programs to include these services.
Working with committees of interested consumers and partners with other relevant agencies, who want to work on making changes regarding specific issues.
NSILC currently provides:
Crime Prevention Manual
Accessible Housing Registry
Disability Resource Guide
Please contact Ebonie at (306) 665-5508 or email or by clicking on the button below to request more information.
Phone: (306) 665-5508
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