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Two Positions Available Junction Center for Independent Living, Inc seeks a compassionate, dependable individual interested in a rewarding and personally fulfilling career assisting residents with disabilities in Lee, Scott, and Wise counties and the City of Norton. The position would perform marketing and educational services as well as provide advocacy, mentoring, and independent living skills training for this specific consumer population. Bachelor’s degree in human service or associate’s degree with a 2-year minimum experience in a similar […]Read More
JCIL MOVING FORWARD The Junction Center for Independent Living, Inc. (JCIL) was established in 1988 by and for people who have disabilities in an effort to provide services to individuals with disabilities and their families Lee, Scott and Wise Counties and the City of Norton. JCIL’s goal was to empower individuals with disabilities to live as independently as possible in their homes and in their communities. JCIL also wanted to bring awareness to the community concerning people […]Read More
5 Things To Know About Coronavirus And People With Disabilities Andrew PulrangContributor Diversity & Inclusion Exploring disability practices, policy, politics, and culture. GETTY The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak has everyone spooked, and hopefully, taking steps to control the outbreak and prepare to get through whatever may come of it. But one group faces additional risks and consequences, as well as anxieties: people with disabilities and or chronic illnesses. Here are five points to keep in mind about how […]Read More