Michelle Lindsay, Independence Now’s 2020 Deborah Jackson Rising Star award recipient, shared with us how she got started with Independence Now and what she’d say to others seeking resources and support to live independently.
In recognition of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Independence Now reaffirms our commitment to continue the important work of creating a more equitable and safe community for all.
In the Spring of 2020, Julian wished to move out of a Nursing Facility and into the community. A friend put him in touch with our Money Follows the Person (MFP) Peer Outreach staff who talked with him about housing options.
Adaptive Tennis US is a nonprofit organization that provides professional tennis coaching and training to individuals with physical, emotional, and cognitive disabilities.
The theme for the Independence Amplified Maryland session on Monday, March, 8, 2021 was focused on introducing several support groups available in Maryland.
We’re looking forward to the day when we can return to the office so more consumers can see what we do first hand, but we’re working just as hard from home to provide services for anyone who is seeking support to live independently.
“By meeting other students with a variety of disabilities, each delegate comes to realize that they are not alone in this world. It is amazing the positive transformation that students undergo within a short time period.”
We’re counting down the top 5 ways in which youth ages 16-30 can engage with Independence Now!
In recognition of International Women’s Day, we sat down with Rochelle Harrod, an Independent Living Specialist at Independence Now and coordinator of our Annual Women’s Tea.
As part of our Independent Living History series and in recognition of March being Women’s History Month, we’re recognizing the contributions of a local woman to events in Disability History.