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).
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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Office of the Governor Press Release Announcement
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The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, Office of Developmental Programs, invites you to Save the Date and participate in the statewide Everyday Lives Conference.
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CRI is conducting in-depth interviews with our direct care workers. The purpose of these interviews are to give our direct care workers a platform to share personal details on why they work in this field. Please click below to read our interview with Tiffani B.
CRI is proud to announce the 10th Annual Dennis J. Crotty Memorial Golf Outing with all proceeds benefiting the CRI Life Enrichment Program. Dennis J. Crotty started this benefit in 2011 with his son Denny Crotty, Al Dore, and Tim Finegan. Dennis passed away in 2012. All were left with many fond memories of him and the tournament will continue to honor his legacy.