The 2019 Christmas Cards, “Friends University Christmas Heritage” By Hugh Greer, are now available! Proceeds from the sale of these unique cards benefit Independent Living Resource Center, a local nonprofit agency that provides support and services to people with disabilities since 1984.
Join Independent Living Resource Center and Greater Expectations for the Auto’s for Autism car show! The show will be April 19, 2020. There will be a $20 entry fee. The show will take place at Indian Hills Shopping Center located at 2407 W 13th St N, Wichita, KS 67203.
Independent Living Resource Center provides a variety of programs and services; all with the goal of helping people with disabilities live as independently as possible in the homes and communities they choose.
If you have gently used medical equipment you no longer need, please consider donating it to our Medical Equipment Recycling Network. MERN is a program designed to help people with disabilities by providing essential medical equipment at no cost.
Empowering people with disabilities.
More Information Coming Soon!
Independent Living Resource Center provides a variety of services to help your son or daughter live and grow socially and organizationally as well as with job search and preparation.
Independent Living Resource Center provides a variety of programs and services; all with the goal of helping people with disabilities live as independently as possible in the homes and communities they choose. For some people, having someone who can provide personal services can make the difference between living independently and being forced into institutional care.
Join Us in April for Move It For Autism
Move It for Autism is an ongoing virtual fundraiser benefiting the Greater Expectations program.
Don’t miss the opportunity to spend an educational evening and listen to renowned Dr. Temple Grandin (the guru of Autism) speak!
Our annual Golf Tournament is one of our favorite and fun summertime fundraisers! We welcome players of all abilities and promise a great day of golf at one of the best courses in Kansas.
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For people with little to no cooking experience. Learn basic cooking skills, safety in the kitchen, and healthy eating habits.
With the recent announcement from Gov. Laura Kelly regarding the stay-at-home order for Kansas to combat the spread of COVID-19, ILRC’s doors are locked to the public until April 30th. Staff will be working behind the scenes but in order to help protect them, we feel it is necessary to take this action.
If you are hiring (a direct support worker) someone to work for you in your home, and you are needing a new hire packet, you can go to our website and download the packet and print it out, fill it out and then drop it off in the Timesheet drop off box located under our front entrance canopy. If you do not know what packet you need, call us at 942-6300 and we will work with you to select the right packet from our website under the payroll services tab for you to print out and fill out or to schedule a time with us for you to pick up the packet or to have it mailed or emailed or faxed to you. You can return it to us by email to email@example.com or mail or fax it to us at 316-670-1424 or drop it off in the Timesheet drop off box located outside under our front canopy located on the wall.
If you are needing correction timesheets for the time you worked – they are available in the box outside next to the timesheet drop off box on the wall under the canopy it will be titled Timesheets. Once you fill it out put it in the Timesheet drop off box or email it to us to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to us at 316-942-2078.
If you have a Client Obligation payment to make we ask that you put it in the Timesheet drop box, unless you are paying by cash, we ask that you call us at 942-6300 to make an appt. to pay.
We are sorry for the inconvenience, but it is important to keep everyone safe during this time.