Equip for Equality’s Independent Client Assistance Program (CAP) performed a free training for CIL staff, sponsored by INCIL/SILC. CAP Program Manager/Managing Attorney Rachel Weisberg and Staff Attorneys Megan Sorey, Sarah Huttenlocher and Emily Wilson explain what CAP is and how it can help CIL consumers.
Do you know about the Client Assistance Program (CAP)? Did you know that CAP is a federally required program that helps advocate for people with disabilities who are getting services funded by the Rehabilitation Act, including vocational rehabilitation (employment support services) from the Division of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) and Centers for Independent Living? Did you know that CAP is now part of Equip for Equality (EFE)? Join us for a one-hour webinar for CIL staff to learn how CAP can help CIL staff and consumers and why CIL staff need to know about CAP.
Click here to view the Recording of the Webinar