Centers may also provide:
services related to securing housing or shelter, and adaptive housing services;
services and training for people with cognitive and sensory disabilities;
personal assistance services, including attendant training;
surveys, directories, and other activities to identify appropriate support services;
consumer information programs on rehabilitation and independent living, especially for minorities, and traditionally unserved and underserved people with disabilities;
education and training for living and participating in the community;
supported living; transportation assistance and referral;
provision of durable medical equipment;
individual and group social recreational services;
training for youth with disabilities that emphasizes self-awareness and esteem;
services for children;
services under other government programs designed to increase the independence, productivity, and quality of life for individuals with disabilities;
and community awareness programs.
Centers for Independent Living have a majority of people with disabilities on their governing boards. They also hire qualified people with disabilities to fill management and other staff positions.