SKIL was created by; is driven by; and is focused on persons with disabilities, their families, and communities. We provide Advocacy, Education,
and Support with Customer Controlled services to break down and remove existing barriers and bridge social gaps to ensure and preserve
Equality and Independence for all.

Pilot Project for Persons with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities

Topeka, Ks – Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services Secretary Shawn Sullivan on Friday unveiled a pilot project to provide persons served on the Home and Community Based Services Intellectually/Developmentally Disabled (I/DD) program with full participation in the KanCare system. The project is scheduled to begin March 1, and will last for 10 months.

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Christopher Reeve Foundation Announces 2013 Quality of Life Grants

The Christopher Reeve Foundation is accepting applications from nonprofit organizations for programs that improve the daily lives of people with paralysis, with an emphasis on, but not limited to, paralysis caused by spinal cord injuries.

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KCTEA Helps All Students

Topeka, Ks - The Kansas Commission on Disability Concerns is providing information that is important for the education of all students.  The Kansas Career Technical Education Act pays the tuition costs for high school students who participate in college technical courses/program at Kansas community or technical colleges or institutes of technology. 

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Action Alert: Day of Mourning: March 1, 2013

On March 30th, 2012, the National Council on Independent Living, the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network, and Not Dead Yet held a Day of Mourning for people with disabilities killed by their relatives and caregivers.

The Day of Mourning began as a response to the murder of George Hodgins, a 22-year-old autistic man from California, and to the way people were talking about his death. Last year, vigils were held in 18 cities to remember those we have lost, and to remind the world that their lives had value.

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The "Cool Collectibles" Show Returns to Parsons

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This week Resource Central meets up with Dave Sorrick of SKIL. The Parsons Police Officers Association, SKIL, In God We Trust LLC and KSEK/KLKC Radio is proud to present the 3rd Annual "Cool Collectibles" Show on Saturday, February 9th in the Parsons Municipal Building.

Dave talks about all the exciting tables full of collectibles. Including sports cards and memorabilia, gold and silver coins, gems and jewels, and much more! This "Cool Collectibles" Show is free to the public and opens at 9am. The show will help benefit the youth of the Parsons area. Download transcript.

Hear it on the radio Friday mornings. 93.5 FM 99.1 FM 1340 AM 1540 AM

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Pittsburg SKIL Office prepares for move

SKIL PittsburgPARSONS, Kan. -- During the month of February, the SKIL Pittsburg Office will be preparing to move to its new location it was announced Friday (Feb. 1).

The Pittsburg SKIL Office will be moving from its current location at 105 W. 3rd Street to Meadowbrook Mall, 202 Centennial Drive. SKIL Pittsburg will be housed inside KSEK Radio's offices, which are located behind The Love Bubble.

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