Independent Living Skills Training

We aid in assessing and developing the skills individuals need to live independently. Skill areas are wide and varied, and may include communication, financial management, household management, accessing community services, and using adaptive and medical equipment.

Independent Living Skills Training is one of the four core services of every Center for Independent Living (CIL). We work with individuals with disabilities to teach basic tasks that lead to independence such as doing laundry, cooking, cleaning, budgeting, resume formatting, and employment readiness.

Contact our independent living skills trainer Andrew Shaw | 703-719-1380 from the Arlington office or Tracee Garner | 571-291-9550 from our Loudoun office for more information or to schedule an
appointment.