Due to COVID-19 our office will remain closed to the public and our staff for safety and health reasons. If you are in need of emergency services, or assistance please don't hesitate to reach out to us by phone at 419-526-6770. Our staff is willing to do everything within our power to assist you. We are here to help and better serve individuals with disabilities within our community.
During this time our YMCA members will not be required to meet our monthly requirement. Governor Dewine has ordered all gyms to be closed until further notice.
Our Summer Programs such as Summer Time Youth and Adult Socialization have been planned. We had some tremendous events and activities scheduled. We planned on having registration the first of April. Due to the virus we will not be doing registration until further notice. We are continually going to work on developing both programs with a positive attitude and moving forward as if they're still going to happen. Please check our website, and Facebook for updates, or you can call our office. We will be contacting our consumers as soon as we are back in operation.
Something positive to look forward to is that we have a new program to introduce!
We will be hosting a Summer Youth Dance for individuals with disabilities. We will be sending out an invitation to our consumers. If this program interests you and you would like more information, please reach out to us!
In order to minimize contact among people and stop the spread of COVID-19, Ohio Governor, Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton is ordering all Ohioans to stay home or at their place of residence except for essential activities. The order will be in effect until 11:59PM April 6, 2020, unless it is rescinded or modified before then. Please stay home and stay healthy!
Due to President Trumps extension of social distancing until April 30th, our office will remain closed to the public at this time. If you are in need of emergency services, please don't hesitate to call us.
Here are a few helpful and informational resources regarding COVID-19. Click on the links below and it'll take you straight to the website.
Looking for something to do inside?
Join us for the screening of The Witch Hunters.
The Witch Hunters is a film about a 10 year old boy named Jovan with cerebral palsy who uses fantasy to escape his everyday reality, until he meets a new friend who tries to tear down the walls that he built up around him. This journey has challenged Jovan to accept himself for who he is and his disability. The showing is April 2nd at 7PM. The link is below.
The Independent Living Center of North Central Ohio was established in 1993. It is a non-profit consumer controlled organization working for, and with, individuals with disabilities in Ashland, Crawford, Huron, Knox, Morrow, and Richland counties. We provide Core Services in Advocacy, Information and Referral, Peer Support, Independent Living Skills, and Transition Services. We also provide other services when available including various opportunities through collaborative efforts.
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