Programs & Services
Independent Living Centre Kingston is a disability resource centre. We provide information, support, and skills-building programs that address disability issues in the community. We support people with disabilities, their families, and the community. All of our programs and services are free.
Information & Referral
Our Information Services help connect people with community income support programs, recreation, attendant services, poverty relief, social supports, etc. We assist with the process of applying for programs such as Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) and the Disability Tax Credit.
This resource reviews accessibility at key locations in the Kingston region. It was developed by people with disabilities. The guide is presented online in .pdf format.
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04 Hotels & Motels
05 Medical Supply
06 Medical Services
08 Places of Interest
09 Tourism & Leisure
10 Veterinary Services
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Peer Support Programs allow individuals with disabilities to share experiences and knowledge. Participants share information about managing a disability and help each other in developing strategies to overcome barriers.
We offer one-to-one support, a weekly social group, and a monthly diners' club. For more information contact the centre at 613-542-8353 or email@example.com Join the Diners’ Club once a month when we visit accessible local restaurants. It’s a great opportunity to enjoy an evening out at one of your favourite restaurants or to experience somewhere new to you.
Diners' Club Fall-Winter Schedule.
Looking for social activities? Every Tuesday, everyone is welcome to come in for cards and board-games between 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM, attendants welcome, bring a friend!
For more information contact Kelsie at 613-542-8353 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Drop-In Fall-Winter Schedule.
Independent Living Skills Development
Independent Living Skills Development Services assist individuals to find the resources they need and develop life management skills to reach their goals.
Our resource centre has an extensive community resource library that offers information on topics such as food, shelter, and disability services in our community. We also offer a computer lab with internet access equipped with accessibility features such as voice input and voice output software.
Direct Funding Self-managed Attendant Services enables adults with physical disabilities to become employers of their own attendants. Attendants assist with routine activities of living, such as dressing, grooming and bathing. As employers, participants are fully responsible for managing their own employees within a budget that is developed on an individual basis.
For more information: Direct Funding Ontario.
To learn about how Direct Finding can affect its' participants, read Angela Hurrell - My Self-Esteem And Freedom Is Back.
The Access to Volunteering Program assists people with disabilities to volunteer in the community. We help participants overcome barriers, and develop and build their skills to become successful in their volunteer positions. For more information contact Tracey at 613-542-8353 or email email@example.com
Volunteering is a great way to learn new skills, meet new people, and it helps build a stronger community. At Independent Living Centre Kingston, our volunteers are a valuable part of our team and contribute to the success of the delivery of services for persons with disabilities in our community. For more information on how to get involved.
Have you used the resources and services of ILCK? Do you want to support people with disabilities in the Kingston area? Help us and make your voice heard by becoming a member of Independent Living Centre Kingston. For more information on how to get involved.
Address: 540 Montreal St., Kingston, ON K7K 3J2
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