IL Training Resources
- Independent Living Research Utilization Homepage: A listing of projects, publications, training and resources.
- ILRU Wiki Resources for CILS and SILCs
- New video training for SILC on developing the SPIL
- New online How-to Guide for Developing your Outcomes-Focused SPIL
- Other SPIL Resources and Links
- SILC-NET Resources for Statewide Independent Living Councils
- Cultural Competence for SILCs (Recorded Webinar)
- SILC Financial Management - Video Training, Webinars and Resources
- Online SPIL Development Guide
- Orientation to SPIL Development Guide (Recorded Webinar)
- SPIL Guide Feedback and Frequently Asked Questions
- Developing and Evaluating an Outcomes Focused SPIL
- Evaluating Your Outcomes Focused SPIL - Video Training
- Resources on SILC Roles and Responsibilities
- RSA Links and Resources
History of Independent Living
Provides an historical overview of the emergence of the independent living movement and its importance in shaping societal attitudes. It is divided into the following sections: History of Disability Rights; Emergence of the Independent Living Movement; and Leaders of the Independent Living Movement. The RapidCourse will be especially useful to help New CIL staff and boards and new SILC members in becoming oriented to independent living.
Overview of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Provides an overview of the statutory, legal, and regulatory aspects of independent living. This course is divided into two sections: The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Related Statutes and Regulations of Independent Living. The RapidCourse will be especially useful to help New CIL staff and boards and new SILC members in becoming oriented to independent living.
Roles and Responsibilities of the IL Partners
Provides an overview of the key roles and responsibilities of the Centers for Independent Living (CILs), Statewide Independent Living Centers (SILCs), and Designated State Units (DSUs) in the total independent living program. The course will be especially useful to help New CIL staff and boards and new SILC members in becoming oriented to the roles and responsibilities of independent living partners.
Statutory Basis and Purpose of the SPIL
Provides an overview of good practices for developing a State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) in collaboration with the Designated State Unit (DSU) and other agencies. The course will be especially useful for SILC members in helping them understand requirements for the SPIL.
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