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Independent Living Skills

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People with disabilities learn the basic skills of daily living in individual and group counseling settings that incorporate personal instruction and practical experience in real life or simulated situations.

The goals of the program are to assist seniors to live independently in a private residence, using physical and occupational therapy devices, special equipment and specialized assistance and to cope with other requirements for successful independent living. These include the ability to travel alone, live within one’s personal income, maintain acceptable grooming and appearance, cope with legal, family, or social problems and maintain health through self-care and the effective use of medical services.

DC Center for Independent Living

1400 Florida Avenue, NE Suite #3
Washington, DC 20002

Fax: (202) 398-3018
TTY: (202) 388-0277

DC Center for Independent Living - Anacostia Satellite Office

2443 Good Hope Road, SE
(202) 889-5802

Fax: (202) 889-1159
TTY: (202) 889-0866

DC Center for Independent Living - NW Satellite

(@ The Greater Washington Urban League)
2901 14th Street, NW, Ground Floor
Washington, DC 20009

Phone/Fax/TTY: TBD

Downtown Clusters for Aging Services

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Senior Center

2451  Good Hope Road
Washington,  DC 20020
(202) 610-6103

Seabury Resources for Aging - Ward 5 Lead Agency, Blind and Visually Impaired Senior Center

Israel Baptist Church
1251 Saratoga Avenue, NE
(202) 269-9576

Service Contact: 
Contact Phone: 
(202) 724-5622
Contact Fax: 
(202) 724-4979
Contact TTY: 
Office Hours: 
Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4 pm.
Service Location: 

500 K Street, NE

GIS Address: 
500 K Street, NE