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Virtual Game Activities for Young Adults

GameAble is virtual, free, and open to young adults ages 14 - 25. Play games you enjoy and learn new ones on Friday, August 21st from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. We can help hook people up with technology tools and teach people how to use Zoom or the call-in number to get connected. Note:  The Parent Lounge meeting will also be held on Friday, August 21st from 1:00 to 2:30 pm. Parents and caregivers of young aults with disabilities learn about local resources. Contact Emily Cadman to RSVP or get more information. (800) 378-9128 or email ecadman@societys.org

Visit the Independent Living tab for more information about new, virtual peer support groups.

Winning Entry by Emma Grace Pessin

Another Winning Entry in the Youth Art Contest Sponsored by Society's Assets

 

 

 

 

Independent Living Services - Woman in Wheelchair

Living Independently in the Community

Trusted Caregivers for Over 40 Years - Caregiver With Her Patient

Trusted Caregivers for
Over 45 Years

Promoting Wellness and Preventing Illness - Nurse With A Patient

Promoting Wellness and Preventing Illness

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IMPORTANT NOTICE:  In light of the outbreak of COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus, Society's Assets, Inc. (SAI) is continuing to support our community. Please click here for related information that can be helpful for residents in SE Wisconsin. Or copy and paste this link in your browser. https://societysassetsilc.wixsite.com/coronavirus

Due to the state of emergency that has been declared because of Coronavirus, SAI is temporarily not receiving walk-in/unscheduled visitors at our offices in Racine, Kenosha, and Elkhorn.

SAI offices continue to receive phone calls Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. (Please note that our offices are closed on Friday, July 3rd, in observance of Independence Day.) Our intention is to maintain the most robust service delivery as possible throughout this situation. Information will be continually updated as it changes or becomes available.

Thank you for your continued support and patience as we respond to this evolving situation together.

Ability...Not Disability

Ensuring the rights of all persons with disabilities to live and function as independently as possible in the community of their choice.

We are Society’s Assets

Established in 1974, Society's Assets is a private, nonprofit organization.

What is Independent Living Services?

Independent living (IL) services help people with disabilities achieve greater independence in the home and community. We are a non-residential, nonprofit organization that helps people with disabilities achieve their independent living goals. There are 7 other nonprofits like ours in Wisconsin.  We serve all people, regardless of their disability type.

All 8 of us provide, at a minimum:

  1. Peer Support (Meeting with other people with disabilities in a group or individual setting for mentoring)

  2. Information and Referral (Helping people get the information they need to live independently)

  3. Individual and Systems Advocacy (Speaking out to pursue personal rights and policy change)

  4. Independent Living Skills Training (Education on the many elements for a successful life in the community)

  5. Transition Support (Bridging high school to college and/or work, and assist individuals living in a nursing home that want to return to their homes in the community)

What is Home Care?

Home care includes any professional support services that allow a person to live safely in their home. Home care services can help someone who is aging and needs assistance to live independently; is managing chronic health issues; is recovering from a medical setback; or has special needs or a disability. Professional caregivers such as nurses, aides, and therapists provide short-term or long-term care in the home, depending on a person's needs.

In-Home Care is non-medical care. In-home care services are non-medical and primarily help individuals with the activities of daily living. The main goal is to keep them safe and comfortable in their own homes.

Home Health Care is medical care. Home health care is skilled care from medical professionals and requires a written order from a doctor.

This type of care helps older adults recover at home from a serious health issue. It’s usually less expensive, more convenient, and as effective as care from a hospital or skilled nursing facility (SNF).

How to pay for services?

There are many payment options including private pay (credit card or check), Medicaid, long-term care insurance, Veterans’ benefits, Workers’ compensation, government grants and donations.

Society’s Assets provides a full range of affordable services to promote living independently in the community.

Offices are open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).

WE CAN help you say I CAN.

News and Notes

We share information that can help you or someone you know gain or maintain independence.
Observing the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

The ADA Turns 30!

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) marked 30 years of progress in July.
Virtual group for individuals with disabilities

Take a Breather!

Virtual Group for Individuals with Disabilities Meeting