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Gwen O., employee of the Office of Institutional Education in West Virginia uses MTSTCIL's online trainings and says - thanks for providing these online trainings!
The Independent Living Skills Development Program is designed to help you make the most of your abilities and increase your self-reliance and self-confidence. By providing you with training, resources, and information on adaptive equipment, we can help you take control of your life in order to live independently.
We have a new online skills training class - Disability History.
Disability History Week was signed into law by then Gov. Joe Manchin in April 2006 - due to the efforts of a group of young people with disabilities in West Virginia. Disability History Week in West Virginia requires instruction in public schools on disability history, people with disabilities, and the disability rights movement during the third week in October every year.
Carol Nolte, Deputy State Fire Marshal, WV provided the following fire prevention and safety guidelines.
The West Virginia Fire Safety Resource e-Guide for people with disabilities, developed in partnership with the West Virginia State Fire Marshal's Office.
If you are using assistive technology when taking these classes online, you may benefit from our Tips page.
If you are interested in learning more about Skills Development classes, please contact the West Virginia Center For Independent Living nearest you.