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Jeff and Community Living Services staff member, Calvin, get ready for dinner.

Amber, art therapist, poses with Chris at an art open house hosted by the College of Health and Human Services.

Jeff and Community Living Services staff member, Calvin, get ready for dinner.

Jeff and Community Living Services staff member, Calvin, get ready for dinner.

Jeff and Community Living Services staff member, Calvin, get ready for dinner.

The center promotes self-determination with Supports Coordination services.

Jeff and Community Living Services staff member, Calvin, get ready for dinner.

Mary enjoys a walk with her day staff person, Kelly.

Jeff and Community Living Services staff member, Calvin, get ready for dinner.

Jerome (center) with WMU Senior Day Services veteran participants.

Shamyia, Lester and Latina gather recycling in the Administration Building during the Community Connections volunteer program.

Shamyia, Lester and Latina gather recycling in the Administration Building during the Community Connections volunteer program.

For over 30 years, the Center for Disability Services has been providing quality services to people with disabilities. Today, the center is a multi-service agency that provides more than two hundred thousand hours of service annually to over 250 individuals. The range of services to both children and adults include Community Connections and Skill Building Assistance, Supports Coordination, Community Living Services including Supported Living and specialized services for individuals with Alzheimer's Disease and other dementias. We are particularly proud of our experience and orientation toward respecting the individual, and promoting their well-being. The Center for Disability Services also provides WMU students with an opportunity for innovative learning and discovery in the field of disabilities.

News and announcements

Assistive Technology: Narrowing the Gap conference
This conference, to be held Oct. 20, will introduce individuals to assistive technology. It will provide attendees with two valuable sessions, including: There's an App for That! Mobile Applications to Increase Independence and Foundations in Transition. Please see the 
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