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Independent Living Skills Training

 

The Independent Living (IL) Skills program is designed to help people with disabilities in learning new and healthy independent living abilities.  Our staff works directly with the consumer to teach these new skills through hands-on instruction.  Together they write an independent living plan to meet individual needs, such as self-esteem, meal planning, financial management, obtaining housing and transportation and socialization. Independent living is dynamic. This means we go with the flow, working with the consumer’s needs and talents.

Independent Living Skills Training

Independent Living Skills training includes:

  • Assist consumers in defining independent living goals and develop a plan to successfully meet those goals.
  • Assist consumers with the basic skills needed to achieve independent living and maintain independence.
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Group of dRC Supporters

Independent Living Skills Training

FAQ

All our programs and services are offered free of charge to our consumers. We rely on donations and grants for our operating expenses.

You may mail or drop off a financial donation to our office at 409 Progress St., Fredericksburg, VA 22401. You may donate online at https://cildrc.networkforgood.com .
You may donate durable medical equipment at our Equipment Connection location – 1503 Princess Anne St., Fredericksburg, VA 22401.

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