Category Archives: News and Events

Virtual Space: Weekly Breaking Silences Peer Group

Please join our weekly virtual space: Breaking Silences Peer Group Hosted by: Dr. Julie Williams from Wright State University and Maria Matzik of Access Center for Independent Living This virtual discussion group is held every Thursday evening from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM. The group’s intent is to offer community… Read more »

Effective Tuesday March 24, 2020 The Access Center will start remote work for all staff

Effective Tuesday March 24, 2020 at 12:00 AM all non-essential businesses have been ordered to close. Independent Living Centers are part of the “essential” organizations that are except from closing. However, The Opportunity Center (the building that we have our office space in) will be unstaffed and most of the… Read more »

FOR RELEASE: Restaurants Refusal to Serve Deaf Man

FOR RELEASE Wednesday, January 9, 2019 CONTACT:  Jeremy Caffee Executive Director 937-341-5202 / Jeremy.caffee@acils.com Access Center for Independent Living response to restaurants refusal to serve deaf man at the drive-thru window Dayton – The Access Center for Independent Living (ACIL) recently learned of a gentleman named Brandon Washburn, who was refused… Read more »

We Have Moved!

admin   May 23, 2018   No Comments on We Have Moved!

The Access Center is excited to announce that we have moved to our new location at the Opportunity Center New Address: New Location: on the first floor of the Miami Valley Housing Opportunities 907 West Fifth Street Suite 100 Dayton, Ohio 45402 (937) 341-5202 voice (937) 341-5217 fax 711 Ohio… Read more »

Think This Is Easy? Training Registration

Think This is Easy? Disability Awareness Training provides individuals a hands-on, simulated learning experience and training relating to the barriers and differences of individuals with disabilities. The participants will gain knowledge and experience to better prepare them for working with individuals with cognitive impairments, visual impairments, hearing impairments, dexterity impairments, and… Read more »