The Independent Living Partnership works to ensure the independence and dignity of the elderly and persons with disabilities, their families and caregivers through education and access to empowering services and resources.
We are committed to the empowerment of older adults, people with disabilities, and their caregivers through collaborative and cooperative partnering with public and private organizations, agencies and businesses to implement programs and activities that motivate, educate, and promote the maintenance of a healthy and independent lifestyle.
Communities and households where older adults and all people with disabilities can live successfully, with dignity and purpose, and with ample choices that support and promote independence.
To advocate for and help people lead more satisfying and rewarding lives, often in spite of significant health and mobility challenges, through life enriching programs and activities that educate, motivate, strengthen or rebuild social networks, and assist individuals to access needed human and social services.
A Board of 11 Directors is authorized to govern the activities and programs of the organization. Directors are elected for two year terms. Directors elected to the Executive Committee (consisting of a President, a Vice President, a Treasurer, and a Secretary of the Board) each serve in their respective capacities for two years. All Board positions are non-paid positions and directors volunteer their time and expertise as a public service.