We can be independent when we do ittogether.
A disability is defined as a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one, or more, life functions (walking, breathing, hearing and self-care).
Simply call us and we will do everything in our power to assist or direct you to the proper place to begin applying for assistance.
Persons with disabilities with the desire to live independently.
People, regardless of ability, should have freedom of choice and ability to make their own decisions about their personal care, living arrangements, participation in society and other living preferences.
The CIL promotes compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and other legislation. This includes, but is not limited to, accessibility in public and private buildings; accessible transportation systems; accessible, affordable housing; and equal opportunity for employment.
If you believe you, or a loved one, is experiencing discrimination, contact us and learn about your rights and responsibilities under the law.
"We particularly like how the CIL’s professionals have come up with special projects that allow these kids to get involved in the community and become contributing members of society. "
~ Janet and Bill - Parents
“MyCIL has proven time and again to be a valuable resource and information clearinghouse on matters related to disability awareness, acceptance, and accommodation.”
~ Patrick T. Quinn, Director of Residential/Adult Day Services, The Arc of Northeastern Pennsylvania
"The friendly ACES$ staff always responds promptly to our questions and treats us with courtesy and respect."
~ Shirley A. Perez, Mother/Legal Guardian of an ACES$ Illinois Consumer
“I just wanted to send a note to say thank you for your above and beyond customer care. I am still a fairly new client, but I have to share that the transition and hiring process has been smooth.”
~ Pamela Hildebrand, ACES$ Colorado Consumer