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Nursing Home Transition
Program​

Placement in a nursing facility does not have to be a lifelong
commitment

Assistive Technology and
Home Modification Services​

Assistive Technology is a product that is designed to assist an individual with their everyday needs and activities.

Independent Living
Services​

Independent living services are for all ages and types of people with
disabilities.

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“At Roads To Independence, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, and related medical conditions), national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Roads To Independence believes that diversity and inclusion among our employees is critical to our success as n organization, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.”

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Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for answering phones and providing assistance to for walk-ins, performing general office support for staff, maintain records, and maintaining our Loan Bank program.

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Status: Full or Part Time (20 to 30 hours a week) or one Full time 40 hours a week. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
 
Salary: Based on experience (Range $14 to $17 an hour) with 8% Retirement Benefits, Health Insurance, Dental, Health Savings Account, and other Benefits (for those that are employed at 30 hours and above).
 
Reports to: Program/Office Manager and Executive Director
 
Closing Date: The position remains open until filled by a qualified applicant.
 
To Apply: Email resume and cover letter- (cover letter should include experience with working with people with disabilities) to roads@roadstoindependence.org (Please reference “Admin” in the subject line of your email or resume) or mail/deliver resume to:
 
Roads To Independence
Attn: Curtis Haring, Program Manager
3355 Washington Blvd.
Ogden, UT 84401
 
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

• Answers phones and respond to requests for information, takes messages.
• Front line assistance for walk in consumers, evaluation of consumers’ needs, make recommendations or redirect to proper staff.
• Perform multifaceted general office support and day to day operational matters.
• Assist with and coordinate between programs.
• Assist with development and institute methods for accuracy and quality control.
• Receive incoming correspondence, fax, and mail. Complete daily mail log and distribute to appropriate staff.
• Data base corrections and maintenance.
• Maintain company calendar including board room reservations.
• Assist with office inventory and supplies.
• Maintain office equipment or coordinate repair.
• Maintain the cleanliness of the front of the office and common areas or coordinate with the appropriate staff.
• Ethically and professionally complete and maintain, in compliance, confidential consumer service records and information.
• Assist staff during center activities.
• Assist with medical equipment and Assistive Technology Coordinator with intake and assessment, equipment distribution, inventory, paperwork, CILSuite data processing, and annual reporting.
• Donations management and paperwork processing.
• Assist with scheduling transportation services.
• Assist with website maintenance.
• Train, coordinate, supervise, and develop skills with volunteers.
• Assist with or manage special projects.
• Assemble sensitive information, record keeping and paper flow.
• Systems advocacy and participation in legislative events.
• Participate in public awareness activities including disability awareness events, presentations and community outreach.
• Assist in resource development and distribution.
• Assist with staff meetings, guest speaker, and training schedule.

Minimum Qualifications:
• High School Diploma or GED
• Good computer knowledge, writing skills, typing skills and communication skills.
• Must have an acceptable criminal background check.
• Must be able to assist individuals lift or move equipment 25 pounds (i.e. wheelchairs, shower chairs, walkers, canes, crutches, etc.) some accommodations can be made to assist with this.

Preferred Experience and Assets:
• Experience or willingness and ability to learn duties unique to an office dedicated to those with disabilities and unique program and grant funding implementation.
• Ability to advocate on issues promoting independence of people with disabilities.
• Knowledge of community resources.
• Ability to build alliances within community networks.
• Interact with consumers in a professional manner with respect for their rights while maintaining adherence to the independent living philosophy.
• Knowledge of the Independent Living Movement, Americans with Disabilities Act, and other disability related laws and issues.
• Reliable means of transportation to travel throughout Weber, Morgan, Davis, and Salt Lake Counties.
• Ability to prioritize and organize diversified workload and interact with diversified consumers.
• Teamwork and collaboration skills.
• Interpersonal and communication skills.
• Problem solving and productive.
• Ability to meet deadlines and work with time sensitive projects.
• Technical and data entry capacity.
• Experience working with people with disabilities or other minority groups.
• Personal experience with a disability is preferred.
• Bilingual candidates are strongly preferred.

Miscellaneous information:
This job description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with the position. While it is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, Roads reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties and to assign other duties as necessary.
Work schedule requires flexibility and is dependent upon program needs. Work is typically performed in an office environmentally controlled setting. The position requires traveling in the service area and working flexible hours and occasionally working weekends and evenings.

Agency Description: Roads To Independence (RTI) is a non-profit, grassroots, advocacy organization by and for people with disabilities. RTI is an active agency looking to assist individuals with disabilities live as independently in the community as possible. Core services include but are not limited to Advocacy, Information and Referral, Life Skills Training, Peer Support, Recreation, Assistive Technology and Transition (Youth, Nursing Home, and Diversion from Institutions).  We primarily cover Davis, Morgan and Weber Counties.

RTI is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce and sustaining a work environment that is inclusive. Women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations will be made for employees with disabilities.

 

Youth Independent Living Specialist (ILS)

The Youth IL Specialist is responsible for working with youth with disabilities and their families in setting and maintaining goals to become independent or maintain one’s independence in the community. Independent Living Goals vary based on the individuals needs. Examples of goals are (but not limited to): Finding affordable accessible housing, acquiring and using adaptive equipment, applying for Social Security, applying for the DSPD waiver, developing IEP’s and 504s, developing life skills (such as cooking, cleaning, money management, etc.), systems advocacy, individual advocacy, transportation, employment, etc.

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Primary Responsibilities:
  • Evaluate youth with disabilities needs (including independent living skill development and community supports needed for increased independence) and make eligibility recommendations (re: Medicaid, subsidized housing, Medicaid waivers, food stamps, Schooling, employment, etc.).
  • Develop Independence Living Plan(s) and establishing goals with youth with disabilities, providing individual and group services and maintaining consumer service records.
  • Connect youth with disabilities to community resources, social security programs, transportation, etc.
  • Collaborate with community service providers and providing follow up services needed to ensure that consumers achieve their goals.
  • Ability to build alliances with disability advocates and covered entities.
  • Knowledge of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and other disability related laws (helpful but not required).
  • Ability to verbalize and express ideas clearly in written, oral, and computer communications.
  • Interact with consumers/parents/teachers in a professional manner with respect for their rights and maintains strict adherence to the independent living philosophy.
  • Advocate for youth with disabilities in IEP and 504 team meetings.
  • Keep accurate counts and records of individual goals set by consumers and goals reached, and all demographics of each consumer.
  • The ability to advocate on issues promoting the independence of people with disabilities and teach Independent Living skills to consumers by accessing community services like housing, personal attendant services, financial resources, transportation, medical care, housekeeping services, etc.
  • Collaborate with community service providers and providing follow up services needed to ensure that consumers achieve their goals.
  • Provide individual services, peer support and conduct independent living skill, one on one, in classes, groups, and activities as consumer needs dictate.
  • Participate in public awareness activities including disability awareness presentations.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisors.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Some College a plus.
  • Have at least 2 years’ experience working with youth with disabilities.
  • Must have knowledge of community resources, especially for youth.
  • Knowledge of DSPD services.
  • Knowledge and experience working with IEP’s and 504 plans.
  • Experience with independent living skills training.
  • Experience with Pre-ETS services is a plus.
  • Organizational skills with the ability to balance multiple tasks, prioritize work effectively and use judgment and discretion in decision-making.
  • Ability to travel in a multi-county service area.
  • Computer literate.
  • Adequate typing speed
  • Reliable transportation
  • Must have an acceptable Criminal Background Check.
  • Bilingual a plus.
  • Person with a disability a plus.

Benefits / Why Work With Us:

  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan

How to Apply:

Email resume and cover letter to info@roadstoindependence.org with “Youth Independent Living Specialist” in the subject line or mail/deliver resume to:
Roads to Independence
Attn: Curtis Haring, Program Manager
3355 Washington Blvd.
Ogden UT 84401


Closing Date: Until Filled
Location: Ogden, Utah

Roads To Independence is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce and sustaining a work environment that is inclusive. Women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations will be made for employees with disabilities.

This job description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with the position. While it is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, Roads reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties and to assign other duties as necessary.

Assistive Technology Coordinator

Assistive Technology (AT) is any item, piece of equipment, software, or product system that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities. Several resources are available for finding and funding AT. RTI can help navigate these programs, assist people through the eligibility process, provide specific advice, assessments and recommendations to ensure they receive the assistance for which they are eligible.

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Job Description:
 
RTI works with several funding sources to provide AT to keep seniors and people with disabilities as independent as possible in the community. The Assistive Technology Coordinator is responsible for working with all age and types of people with disabilities in setting and maintaining goals to become independent or maintain one’s independence with the assistance with AT. This includes items/AT such as ramps, porch lifts, home modifications, stair glides, vehicle modifications, wheelchairs, walkers, writing aids, rehab technology, canes, lift chairs, assistive devices/technology for individuals that have visual disabilities and those with hearing loss, among others. Independent living goals vary based on the individual’s needs. AT Coordinator will work with people with disabilities and vendors of AT, Mobility Specialists, medical equipment providers, insurance companies (including Medicare and Medicaid), Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, contractors, builders, construction companies, Complex Rehab Industry, Speech Therapists, and specialty agencies that work with specific disabilities (like people with visual disabilities, hearing disabilities, Multiple Sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), children, seniors, and many others groups).
 
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Evaluate the needs of people with disabilities and make AT recommendations for accessibility. AT items described above.
  • Evaluate funding sources for consumer’s eligibility.
  • Work with vendors and AT specialists (as noted above) to obtain bids for AT.
  • Ensure work is completed to our expectations/standards, consumer satisfaction, and funding specifications.
  • Perform intakes on new consume gathering all applicable documentation and information.
  • Maintain individual Independent Living Plans on consumers and other records necessary to provide services.
  • Provide information and referral services.
  • Review, monitor and submit AT Packets to Utah State Office of Rehabilitation (USOR) and other funding sources.
  • Submit necessary reports to the Program Manager in a timely manner.
  • Work with AT Specialist to maintain accuracy and updated information on all files.
  • Supervise and monitor files and maintain integrity and confidentiality.
  • Generate and maintain data for PPR annual report.
  • Participate in consumer evaluations and annual reviews.
  • Advocate for consumers as needed.
  • Interact with consumers in a professional manner with respect for their rights and maintain strict adherence to the independence living philosophy.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Program Manager and Executive Director.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Construction background a plus.
  • Familiarity with AT.
  • Mechanically inclined.
  • Experience with AgrAbility.
  • Familiar with community resources.
  • Knowledge of the American Disabilities Act and standards a plus.
  • Ability to verbalize and express ideas clearly in written, oral, and computer communications.
  • Experience with setting independent living goals with people with disabilities, providing individual and group services and maintaining consumer service records.
  • Bilingual ability a plus.
  • Able to lift/carry 75 pounds and take it up a flight of stairs a plus.
  • Must have the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks, and must be computer literate, dependable, flexible and able to work well under pressure.
  • Personal experience with disability and /or knowledge of disability issues and the consumer/community based independent living philosophy a plus.
  • A team player and supportive of other staff members.
  • People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent. Some College preferred.
  • Computer literate.
  • Experience with AT.
  • Some construction and/or building maintenance experience.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Must be organized with attention to detail.
  • Willingness to advocate, coordinate, and educate.
  • Experience working with people with disabilities or other minority groups, personal experience with a disability is preferred.
  • Reliable means of transportation to travel throughout a multi-county service area.
  • Must have an acceptable Criminal Background Check.

Benefits / Why Work With Us:

  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan

How to Apply:

Email resume and cover letter to info@roadstoindependence.org with “Assistive Technology Coordinator” in the subject line, or mail/deliver resume to:
Roads to Independence
Attn: Curtis Haring, Program Manager
3355 Washington Blvd.
Ogden UT 84401

Closing Date: Until filled
Location: Ogden, Utah

Roads To Independence is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce and sustaining a work environment that is inclusive. Women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations will be made for employees with disabilities.

This job description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with the position. While it is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, Roads reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties and to assign other duties as necessary.

Youth Life Skills Instructor

RTI is seeking a motivated and energetic Youth Life Skills Instructor(s) that will work with youth with disabilities (5 to 24). Youth Life Skills Instructor(s) will provide: Intake and assessment, Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS), life skills, IEP and 504 advocacy, college and employment readiness, implement youth training curriculum, etc.

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Essential Duties:

  • Implement youth training curriculum.
  • Provide intake and assessment, i.e.: setting goals, establishing timelines, services, training, enrollment, charting, tracking, and reports.
  • Provide life skills training, Pre-ETS trainings, group classes, and individual instruction.
  • Provide outreach and training activities in the community.
  • Advocate on issues promoting the independence of people with disabilities.
  • Identify barriers in the community that prevent youth from being integrated into their communities.
  • Interact with youth, teachers, job coaches, and other professionals in a respectful and professional manor.
  • Submit all reports, case notes, and other required paperwork in a timely manner.
  • Work with paid and volunteer peer mentors comprised of consumers who have successfully transitioned to community living.
  • Maintain public-private partnerships to provide services needed for youth to transition successfully.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Some College a plus.
  • Have at least 2 years’ experience working with youth with disabilities.
  • Knowledge and experience in teaching a curriculum for youth with disabilities.
  • Experience with independent living skills training.
  • Experience with Pre-ETS services is a plus.
  • Organizational skills with the ability to balance multiple tasks, prioritize work effectively and use judgment and discretion in decision-making.
  • Ability to travel in a multi-county service area.
  • Computer literate.
  • Adequate typing speed
  • Reliable transportation
  • Must have an acceptable Criminal Background Check.
  • Bilingual a plus.
  • Person with a disability a plus.


This job description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with the position. While it is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, Roads reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties and to assign other duties as necessary.

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible schedule
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan


How to Apply:

Email resume and cover letter- (cover letter should include experience with teaching youth with disabilities) to roads@roadstoindependence.org (Please reference “Youth Life Skills Instructor” in the subject line of your email or resume) or mail/deliver resume to:

Roads To Independence Attn: Curtis Haring, Program Manager
3355 Washington Blvd. Ogden, UT 84401

Closing Date: Until filled
Location: Ogden, Utah

Roads To Independence is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce and sustaining a work environment that is inclusive. Women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations will be made for employees with disabilities.

This job description is not intended to be and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions associated with the position. While it is intended to be an accurate reflection of the job requirements, Roads reserves the right to modify, add or remove duties and to assign other duties as necessary.

Program and Office Director/Manager

The Program/Office Manager oversees and manages all programs and services offered by RTI. Including direct supervision and training of staff, coordinating the daily activities and services, and ensures policy adherence. Program/Office Manager is responsible for and overseeing the preparation and submission of mandated Federal and State reports, fulfilling contractual requirements of the programs and services and the timeline for submission. Also, Program/Office Manager works with staff and the Executive Director to provide individual and systems advocacy on a wide range of issues.

Licensed Social Worker (Nursing Home Transition Coordinator- Case Manager)

The NH Transition Coordinator assists people with disabilities of all ages and types, transition out of nursing homes or other institutions into the community, to their own homes. The Coordinator will assist in skills training, case services, benefits management, assistive technology, advocacy, housing, attendant services, and coordination of the New Choices Waiver (http://www.health.utah.gov/ltc/NC/NCHome.htm for more information).

Youth Life Skills Instructor

RTI is seeking a motivated and energetic Youth Life Skills Instructor(s) that will work with youth with disabilities (5 to 24). Youth Life Skills Instructor(s) will provide: Intake and assessment, Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS), life skills, IEP and 504 advocacy, college and employment readiness, implement youth training curriculum, etc.

Youth Coordinator

The Youth Coordinator will oversee all services for youth with disabilities (5 to 24). Including but not limited to: Intake and assessment, Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS), life skills, IEP and 504 advocacy, college and employment readiness, supervising youth activities, developing and implementing youth training curriculum, and supervising Youth Life Skills Instructors.

Youth Independent Living Specialist

The Youth IL Specialist is responsible for working with Youth with disabilities and their Families in setting and maintaining goals to become independent or maintain one’s independence in the community. Independent Living Goals vary based on the individual’s needs. Examples of goals are (but not limited to): Finding affordable accessible housing, acquiring and using adaptive equipment, transitioning people out of nursing homes, developing life skills (such as cooking, cleaning, money management, etc.), systems advocacy, individual advocacy, transportation, employment, etc.

Assistive Technology Coordinator

The AT Coordinator is responsible for working with all age and types of people with disabilities in setting and maintaining goals to become independent or maintain one’s independence with the assistance with assistive technology. This includes items such as Ramps, Porch Lifts, Home Modifications, Vehicle Modifications, Assistive devices/technology for individuals that have visual disabilities and those with hearing loss, among others. Independent living goals vary based on the individual’s needs. The AT IL Coordinator approves all financial eligibility for AT and is responsible for consumer satisfaction with the AT equipment, as well as, AT applications, AT eligibility, and reporting information.

The Help You Need​

ROAD TO INDEPENDENCE

INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS & TRAINING
PEER MENTORING
ADVOCACY & SYSTEMS CHANGE
ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY
LOAN BANK
RECREATION & COMMUNITY INTEGRATION
INFORMATION & REFERRAL
NURSING HOME TRANSITION & DIVERSION

Nursing Home Transition Program​

Placement in a nursing facility does not have to be a lifelong commitment! Do you want to have more choices in your life? Do you want to have more control in how you live? Do you want to live in your own home? Roads To Independence nursing home transition program is able to assist you or someone you know …

Assistive Technology and Home Modification Services

Assistive Technology is a product that is designed to assist an individual with their everyday needs and activities. An Assistive Technology device is any item, piece of equipment or product system, used to increase, maintain ones capabilities. These items may be acquired commercially or off the shelf …

Independent Living
Services

Independent living services are for all ages and types of people with disabilities. We work in setting and maintaining goals for one to become independent or maintain ones independence in the community. Our staff will work with you to develop an individualized Independent
Living Plan …

Your Donations Matter

Your Financial Support helps our patrons learn the life skilss to be active, independent members of our community. Won’t you be part of ever growing financial needs to assist the vibrant people with short and long-term disabilities?

Ways you can help:

Help us with a capital investment

Expanding independence

Capital Campaign

Total Expansion Project Budget: $1.4 Million

Current Amount Raised: $600,000

We have dreamed of owning and renovating our current building since the day we moved in just over eight years ago. Will you join our effort to make this dream a reality?

Resources to help you successfully live an independent life

Most frequent questions and answers

A. CAN I BUY OR RENT EQUIPMENT LIKE A WHEELCHAIR OR SHOWER CHAIR FROM YOU?

We have several programs that deal with Assistive Technology (AT) like wheelchairs, ramps, walkers, stairlifts, low vision aids, vehicle lifts, etc. We have a Loan Bank of AT and medical supplies, most of the AT has been donated and we clean it up and get it back out to people free of charge. Some of this AT we giving away to those who need it long term and for others we find alternative funding sources like grants, foundations, insurance to cover the cost of the items. There are NO COSTS for this service but donations are appreciated and are tax deductible.

B. ARE YOU A NONPROFIT?

Yes, we are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Donations and in-kind support is tax deductible. Feel free to look us up through the Utah Department of Commerce at https://dcp.utah.gov/ or at IRS at https://www.irs.gov/

C. CAN WE DONATE TO ROADS TO INDEPENDENCE?

Yes, you can donate funds through (PayPal link)_____ or you can donate Assistive Technology equipment, medical supplies, recreation supplies, etc. at our office during office hours.

D. HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED? DO YOU NEED VOLUNTEERS?

We love having the community involved in our programs and have several ongoing volunteer opportunities available. We can always use people to help in our reception area to take and make calls, help consumers and enter data in our computer system. We also have opportunities for assistance in our loan bank program to repair and clean equipment so they can be loaned out to those in need. Our recreation program welcomes volunteer to help with activities including our annual campout, fourth of July BBQ, holiday dinner, and other events. Currently we are looking for volunteers to assist us with our Capital Building Campaign to assist with outreach activities and raising funds.

E. DO I HAVE TO HAVE AN APPOINTMENT TO GET SERVICES?

We recommend calling ahead to either make sure we have the equipment or we have a staff member that can meet with you and talk about services, but anyone is welcome to come in without an appointment and talk to staff about services and supports.

F. DO YOU PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION TO PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES?

Yes, we primarily provide rides to those coming to our events, activities, outings, and appointments. We also have transportation vouchers (link to transportation tab). However, we encourage whenever possible to ride and use public transit. We also will work on a case by case basis to provide transportation services when we can’t find transportation services or when people are waiting to become eligible for services.

Resources to help you successfully live an independent life

Most frequent questions and answers

We have several programs that deal with Assistive Technology (AT) like wheelchairs, ramps, walkers, stairlifts, low vision aids, vehicle lifts, etc. We have a Loan Bank of AT and medical supplies, most of the AT has been donated and we clean it up and get it back out to people free of charge. Some of this AT we giving away to those who need it long term and for others we find alternative funding sources like grants, foundations, insurance to cover the cost of the items. There are NO COSTS for this service but donations are appreciated and are tax deductible.

Yes, we are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. Donations and in-kind support is tax deductible. Feel free to look us up through the Utah Department of Commerce at https://dcp.utah.gov/ or at IRS at https://www.irs.gov/

Yes, you can donate funds through (PayPal link)_____ or you can donate Assistive Technology equipment, medical supplies, recreation supplies, etc. at our office during office hours.

We love having the community involved in our programs and have several ongoing volunteer opportunities available. We can always use people to help in our reception area to take and make calls, help consumers and enter data in our computer system. We also have opportunities for assistance in our loan bank program to repair and clean equipment so they can be loaned out to those in need. Our recreation program welcomes volunteer to help with activities including our annual campout, fourth of July BBQ, holiday dinner, and other events. Currently we are looking for volunteers to assist us with our Capital Building Campaign to assist with outreach activities and raising funds.

We recommend calling ahead to either make sure we have the equipment or we have a staff member that can meet with you and talk about services, but anyone is welcome to come in without an appointment and talk to staff about services and supports.

Yes, we primarily provide rides to those coming to our events, activities, outings, and appointments. We also have transportation vouchers (link to transportation tab). However, we encourage whenever possible to ride and use public transit. We also will work on a case by case basis to provide transportation services when we can’t find transportation services or when people are waiting to become eligible for services.