LVCIL is home to several community groups that provide peer support, and education. For more information on these groups, as well as event listings, please visit our community calendar.
CommUnity Club is a social group for young adults with disabilities ages 18+. The club is a great way for young adults to meet new people, build lasting friendships, and learn about independent living. CommUnity Club does lots of fun activities throughout the year, including bowling, karaoke, IronPigs games, game nights, movies, and events in the community. Here is some additional information about the club:
For more information on CommUnity Club, please email email@example.com.
Adaptations is a social and support group for people in their 20’s and 30’s with learning disabilities, or those needing support. The group offers a wide variety of opportunities, from social activities to ways to improve interpersonal skills. Adaptations meets at LVCIL.
These group educational sessions are held periodically to provide consumers with education on the skills needed to live independently. Topics include finding community resources, accessing transportation, emergency/personal safety, health skills, money management, maintaining your home, and simple meal preparation. IL skills groups are perfect for consumers that are interested in living independently or would like to brush up on their skills.
To register to attend, or for more information, please check our community calendar or contact a Community Support Coordinator.
LVCIL also offers a peer support group for people with disabilities. The purpose of the group is for people with disabilities to be able to offer their realistic help and knowledge to other facing similar experiences. The group can offer social, emotional, and practical support to members living with disabilities. Peer support group meets every other Monday.
To register to attend, or for more information on the peer support group, please contact Debbie Rozear at 610-770-9781 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.