Welcome

The Kentucky Statewide Independent Living Council logo.The Statewide Independent Living Council, known simply as the SILC, is a federally mandated, Governor appointed council where a majority of our members are individuals with disabilities.
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Our SILC is required to:

  • Develop, monitor and review a state plan, in conjunction with our State Department of Aging and Independent Living (DAIL), that addresses the independent needs in our state;
  • Develop and support a statewide network of Independent Living Centers, called CILs;
  • Submit periodic reports to DAIL, as well as coordinates activities with the State Rehabilitation Council; and
  • Ensure that all regularly scheduled meetings of the SILC are open to the public and provide reasonable accommodations when requested within a one week notice.
 State Plan for Independent Living
Our three year State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) is designed in partnership with the Kentucky Department of Aging and Independent Living; and has overarching Goals to: 
  • Increase awareness of Independent Living Services to stakeholders; 
  • Increase the effectiveness of the SILC; 
  • Increase access to Independent Living services for Kentuckians with Disabilities; and  
  • Increase advocacy activities through education of stakeholders in order to increase access and integration.

Kentucky 2017-2019 Approved SPIL Letter

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Upcoming Meeting Information

SILC Quarterly Meetings (all times ET)
April 18, 2018
Clarion Conference Center North
Lexington
10 a.m.​

For more information:
(502) 564-6930 Ext. 3491

Get Involved

We are looking for new council members.
 

If you would like to serve on the SILC, please review and complete the following documents:

 

Mail documents to:

(502) 564-6930 Ext. 3491
Department for Aging and Independent Living
275 E. Main Street 3E-E
Frankfort, KY 40621

Feel free to explore our website and email Scott Sisco if you should have questions.   


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