Every state is required to develop and implement a State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL), developed jointly by all the Centers for Independent Living (CILs) in the state (signed by a majority of them) and the Council. Your Statewide Independent
There are urgent things that every SILC must do in the next few months. Get final approval for the current plan. For some of you, your current State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL), which was updated or amended, hasn’t been
ACL/ILA has asked the SILCs to either extend or amend their State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) as we go into the new planning cycle. This most recent guidance allows for time to complete the review and acceptance process for
Registration to the SILC Congress is now open. This gathering of SILC directors, members and chairs will be held February 25-27 at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida. You can register now to get your plans underway. SILC staff
In the State Plan for Independent Living section of the Act – 704 (i) — clearly requires the SPIL to include in the SPIL a plan for the cooperation between the SILC and CILs as well as others: Sec. 704.
Question: I have a question. For the SPIL, since this is my first one coming up, will I form a committee to write the SPIL then after its done being wrote send to the DSE, CIL, and SILC chair for
Because the Statewide Independent Living Council is crafted out of the Rehabilitation Act’s Purpose, let’s look at those words: 45 CFR 1329.2 Purpose. The purpose of title VII of the Act is to promote a philosophy of independent living (IL),
The guidance available to SILCs regarding the submission of the State Plan for Independent Living this year specifies: States wishing to receive funding under Parts B and C of the Rehabilitation Act, as amended by WIOA, must submit an approvable