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The mission of The Disability Network is to promote freedom, choice, opportunity and equality for people with disabilities through advocacy, education and employment.
The primary purpose of this research program is to study how teaching caregivers about dementia and building their caregiving and self-care skills will impact caregivers and the Veterans they love.
Superior Alliance for Independent Living (SAIL) is the ADRC serving Marquette County. SAIL promotes the inclusion of people with disabilities into our communities on a full and equal basis through empowerment, education, participation and choice.
The goal of the Fitness, Aging, and Stress Study, or FAST Study for short, is to explore the benefits of regular physical activity to adult women and men providing care to family members who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
AdLib, Incorporated, Center for Independent Living is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower people with all types of disabilities to live more independently and have control of their own lives.
Rural Advocates for Independent Living (RAIL) is the Aging and Disability Resource Center serving the Missouri Counties of Adair, Chariton, Knox, Linn, Macon, Putnam, Schuyler, Scotland, Shelby and Sullivan.
Disability Network West Michigan provides independent living skill development, peer support and mentoring, information and referral, and systems and individual advocacy.
Lyon County Human Services (LCHS) with offices located in the communities of Dayton, Fernley, Silver Springs, and Yerington, Nevada. Its primary responsibility is to provide for the human service needs of Lyon County’s residents.