December 4, 2012•Alerts
PA SILC and OVR Want to Hear From You; Share Your Life Experiences As a Pennsylvanian with Disabilities; Two Locations in Pennsylvania
Forwarded by the Disability Rights Network of Pennsylvania –
December 3, 2012
PIE Info: State Plan for Independent Living
WE WANT TO HEAR ABOUT LIFE EXPERIENCES OF PENNSYLVANIANS WITH DISABILITIES!
The Pennsylvania Statewide Independent Living Council (PA SILC), in partnership with the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) is providing opportunities to hear directly from you about what your life experiences are as Pennsylvanians with disabilities. It is our responsibility to hear from the people to plan for the development of the State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL). It is your right as a person with a disability in the Commonwealth to be provided with this opportunity to give input. The SPIL uses funds from the federal government to address independent living needs of people with disabilities.
Topics we’d like to talk with you about include:
• Home and Community Based Services
• Support Services
• Other Issues YOU feel we need to address
The SILC selects several locations throughout the Commonwealth for consumer input. The locations are listed below. During these meetings, we want to hear your thoughts and concerns:
DATES, TIMES, LOCATIONS, CONTACT –
Dec. 5, 2012
3316 Fifth Avenue
Altoona, PA 16602
CONTACT – LINDA PASSONETTI
Dec. 6, 2012
CIL of Bucks County
1226 Veterans Highway, Suite F-14
Bristol, PA 19007
CONTACT – NANCY HESS
To request accommodations, please call the SILC office at (717) 364-1732. You can also submit your thoughts to us by January 15, 2013 by mail, email or fax: PA SILC, 200 Locust Street, Suite 200A, Harrisburg, PA 17101, email@example.com, phone 717-364-1732, or fax 717-236-8800
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