LAKE COUNTY CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
Serving Lake & McHenry Counties
Lake County Center for Independent Living's Mission
...LCCIL empowers people with disabilities to lead self-directed lives as valued members of the community.
Who We Are . . .
Lake County Center for Independent Living, serving Lake and McHenry counties, is a not-for-profit, disability
Trivia Challenge 2018LAKES BOWL/SHARKY’S Sports Bar & Grill 601 Railroad Avenue, Round Lake, IL Saturday, September 29th 7:00 PM
A fundraising event to benefit the Lake County Center for Independent Living
Form a team of 5 to 6 members or come solo and be assigned to a team.
Show your support for the Center and show off your smarts.
Tickets are $35 per person Includes Trivia Game, appetizers, silent auction & fun for everyone!
$150 prize to winning team!
For more information, or to make reservations contact CMancera@LCCIL.org call 847-949-4440 or VP 847-388-0776
Community Members Needed: ADA Eligibility Review Board for the RTA
The RTA is looking for community members who might be interested in serving on the ADA Eligibility Review Board. Check out the form for more information:
Posting ERB Community Representative.07.18.cleaned.docx
Free! Vision/Hearing Screening Event
When? June 11th and September 24, 2018 from 9:00-3:00
LCCIL is partnering with the Lions of Illinois Foundation to host a free Vision and Hearing screening and assistive technology demonstration at our Mundelein office. The vision screening is equipped with a photographer and a non-mydriatic eye camera. The photograph taken will be reviewed by the Illinois Retina Associates, who will look for abnormalities. Test results will be available in 6 to 8 weeks by mail. The hearing screening provides a basic test to indicate if a person has hearing loss. This test is not a replacement for an examination by a clinical audiologist. LCCIL will share information about the programs and services we offer as well as demonstrate a variety of assistive technology.
Personal Assistant (PA) Training Workshops
LCCIL trains individuals who are interested in working for a person with a disability who needs in-home assistance with tasks of daily living. If you are interested in attending a training, visit our Dates To Remember Page to find a session near you. We hope to see you there!
Help Us Get Out the Disability Vote!
The 2018 general election is Tuesday, November 6th.
Why Should You Vote?
Voting lets you speak your mind and your voice be heard!
One voice, one vote really does count!
Voting changes communities!
Vote for change!
Voting gives you credibility!
Research the Candidates and Issues!
You can learn about candidates on the internet. Check out:
Local newspapers are a great source of information as the election approaches. Take a look at the editorial sections that feature candidates from different races and discuss issues that will be on the ballot.
Another way you can learn about a candidate is by contacting their campaign office. Ask any questions you have to know where the candidate stands on issues you care about.
LCCIL proporciona nuestros programas y servicios a individuos que hablan el inglés limitado a petición.
Para recibir servicios de asistencia con servicios de idioma,
por favor póngase en contacto con Lety Cruz en (847) 949-4440.
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