Webinars & Resources
People with Disabilities Bringing Diverse Skills to the Workplace
Emergency Preparedness Webinar
Statement on Condemnation Against Hate Crimes
The Statewide Independent Living Council of Illinois (SILC) is both outraged and saddened by the recent murders in Atlanta. This was a xenophobic and misogynic act against innocent victims. A hate crime against one of us is a hate crime against all of us. We stand...
Webinar “Disability & Voter’s Rights”
Disability and Voter's Rights Webinar October 8, 2020 Disability and Voter's Rights Webinar Handout October 8, 2020 OAG Guidance for Illinois Voters: 2020 Edition
Statement of Racial Injustice
The board of the Statewide Independent Living Council of Illinois (SILC) feels compelled to speak out against the racial injustice and oppression occurring both within the state of Illinois and nationally. We must all do our part to end systemic racism. We stand...
“Acting B-A-D” Patient Advocacy Training – Blind and Visual Disabilities
"Acting B-A-D" Patient Advocacy Training - Blind and Visual Disabilities PowerPoint Accessible Healthcare for Persons who are Blind and Visually Impaired Presentation (handout) 11.15.17 Accessible Healthcare for Blind Visually Impaired Presentation 11.20.18 Transcript...
“Acting B-A-D ” Patient Advocacy Training – DD / ID
"Acting B-A-D" Patient Advocacy Training - Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities PowerPoint Accessible Healthcare for DD0ID Presentation Transcript Transcript Accessible Healthcare for DD-ID 10.25.17
“Acting B-A-D ” Patient Advocacy Training – Deaf and Hard of Hearing
"Acting B-A-D " Patient Advocacy Training - Deaf and Hard of Hearing PowerPoint SILC Communication Access Presentation 10-04-17 SILC Communication Access Presentation 12-06-18 Transcript Deaf and HOH transcript 10-04-17 Deaf and HOH transcript 12-06-18
“Acting B-A-D,” Patient Advocacy Training – Mobility Disabilities
PowerPoint presentation: Act B-A-D Patient Advocacy Training - Mobility Disabilities Accessible Healthcare for Persons with Mobility Disabilities (September 20 2017)