To all of our incredible sponsors, golfers, raffle basket donors, and volunteers, THANK YOU for making our Sixth Annual Golf Outing such a success! Keep your eye on this space for a photo gallery– coming soon!

This fun and exciting event supported the final stages of renovation of TRPIL’s new program and community center on 42 West Maiden Street. This final phase will transform the historic auditorium area, installing a consumer/personal care attendant training kitchen as well as an accessible fitness center, and add needed office space to allow for all of our staff to operate in one building.

TRPIL would like to thank Hartman & Hartman, Inc. and EQT for their incredible support on our recent accessible planter box project. TRPIL I&R Specialist Christine Sheppard began tracking an overwhelming interest in this project, and cited the need for over 24 accessible planter boxes in our community.

From there, our good friends at Hartman & Hartman worked tirelessly to build said boxes, and brought them directly to our new program and community center, where consumers were on hand to see the boxes unloaded and thank Hartman & Hartman directly. In addition, the incredible team at EQT were on hand to help unload and deliver the planter boxes to consumers in the community. This project truly took shape not only because of the documented need of TRPIL consumers, but because of the incredible volunteer effort and support from both Hartman & Hartman and EQT. TRPIL cannot thank you enough!

Please see the slideshow above for photos from the day of the delivery, or click HERE for the article from our friends at the Observer-Reporter!

Transitional Paths to Independent Living (TRPIL) is a Center for Independent Living, operated by the local community of people with disabilities. We bring together individuals who face common barriers. Our Programs include Peer Support, Youth Programs, Advocacy, and Information on equal access, assistive technology, education, employment, housing, and transportation. Become a Member and a Supporter.

Why TRPIL Matters – Mary Patrick


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Direct Care Worker Information & Updates


ATTENTION ATTENDANTS!

Did you know that our good friends at Voices for Independence run a Facebook group just for VFI Personal Care Attendants? The VFI Attendant Resource Group was established to provide valuable information to VFI attendants. VFI/TRPIL CEO, Shona Eakin, also holds virtual “Town Hall” meetings in this group to provide attendants with information regarding distribution of PPE, changes and upcoming events, and also to answer questions from VFI attendants. Since this is a private group, you must join (for free) on Facebook to participate. Just click THIS LINK to join the group. If you are having trouble joining, please email Steve by clicking HERE!


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Washington Crown Center Community Awareness Days 2022

TRPIL attended Community Awareness Days at the Washington Crown Center, April 1st & 2nd, with our good friends at Voices for Independence!

 

Keep an eye out for upcoming future outreach events!

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Transitional Paths to Independent Living affirms Liberty and Justice for all people with disabilities.

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