Additional Services

The Access Center’s Think This is Easy? Training Program

This is a hands on training that allows the individuals to experience various disabilities and improve their abilities to work with individuals in the community.

This is a great opportunity for service providers to have their staff trained that will be working with individuals in the community with a disability. If you would like more information on the program, call the center today.

For information regarding details of this program and how you can request to schedule this training please contact:

Greg Kramer, Assistant Director (937) 341-5202 ext. 1003 or greg.kramer@acils.com

 

Pre-Employment Youth Transition Services

The Access Center for Independent Living, in partnership with Ohio Centers for Independent Living and Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD), is creating a grant based program for Youth Transitioning.

This program will focus on Self Advocacy and Pre-Employment Youth Transition Services.

For information regarding details of this program and / or the Training Outline for this program please contact:

Sheila Hardy-Wilson, Youth Program Specialist (937) 341-5202 ext. 1009

 

Access Center Peer Support Group

Come join others with a disability, make friends and get support for your goals in life!

Where: Access Center for Independent Living / 1329 Stanley Ave Dayton Ohio 45404

When: 4th Tuesday of each month (except Dec) from 2:00PM to 3:30PM

For information regarding details of this group or how you can participate please contact:

Melody Burba,  Independent Living Specialist  (937) 341-5202 ext. 1006 or melody.burba@acils.com