BRYAN, TEXAS – The Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living will host a party in the park to recognize the 24th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act The Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living (BVCIL) will host its first
–Advocates push for reform of adult guardianship system in Texas Wednesday, June 25, 2014 By Julie Chang- American-Statesman Staff It all started when Denise Tighe passed out at a restaurant in her North Texas hometown. The 85-year-old was taken to
Program Coordinator for Adaptive Technology Services BRIEF POSITION OVERVIEW The Program Coordinator for Adaptive Technology Services is responsible for the alternative format production process and the management of assistive technology (software and hardware) used by students with disabilities affiliated
A big congrats goes out to our Health & Fitness Facilitator, Kristin Valadez on her recent graduation from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. Kristin will also start working full-time with us over the summer!
Check out the video below to see how much fun BCS Outlaws had at the Beep Baseball Spring Training in Austin this month! Beep Baseball Spring Training
Removing barriers, for people who have disabilities – and their families, and in communities – that’s what we do! CILs provide people with disabilities a) the services they need, b) when they need them, so that c) they can obtain
Do you have an opinion about orthopedic surgery for children with cerebral palsy who walk? The University of Hartford and the Shriners Hospital for Children are interested in your opinion if you are a parent or caregiver of a
DADS Recruiting PIAC Members Do you want to help people with disabilities live as independently as possible? If so, you may want to apply to be a member of the Promoting Independence Advisory Committee (PIAC). The deadline is May 1.
Yesterday, Amy Kantoff, TACIL Executive Director, attended a House of Representatives Human Services Committee hearing regarding Senate Bill 7. Its implementation will have a direct impact on the well-being of nearly 100,000 Texans with disabilities, their families, and providers —
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month! The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts (BIA-MA) is happy to unveil a new legislative campaign for brain injury awareness month. Please join us in raising awareness of brain injury. BIA-MA’s goal this year is