Pennsylvania’s Assistive Technology Lending Library is a free, state-supported program that loans AT devices to Pennsylvanians of all ages.
Community Resources for Independence (CRI) is a community based, non-residential, non-profit corporation that provides services to individuals with disabilities in order to maximize their independence and the accessibility of the communities in which they live. CRI is one of more than 500 federally funded Centers for Independent Living across the nation established by people with disabilities for people with disabilities.
Accessibility is a major barrier that people with disabilities face daily. CRI provides practical advice and training on issues involving the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Click below to read about the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP)
CRI has started a DWC Spotlight Series. Please click below to read interviews with our amazing direct care worker!!!
Spring is a season of change and growth. This spring season has many of our people growing their careers with CRI.
On the CRI Wellsboro Team, Erin Swetland has been promoted to direct care worker supervisor. Erin started with us as a direct care worker, she became a mentor, then she became a scheduler, and now she is a supervisor. She’s now done just about it all.
Stepping deftly into the CRI Wellsboro Team’s scheduler spot is Yolanda Lewis. Yolanda also started with CRI as a direct care worker. She was then promoted to mentor, and now moves on to the scheduler’s duties.
Click here for more growth within our CRI family
Click here to view CRI's February newsletter!
Click Here for the link to the training website.