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FY18 Shared Vision
Developmental Disabilities Final Report
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  Frontier Community Services is dedicated to helping people stay in their home and to remain active in their community. Originally founded by a group of parents who wanted more for their children with disabilities than sitting at home in front of the TV, Frontier Community Services has developed programs for infants and toddlers, for adults and for seniors. We provide a full array of services throughout a person's life span. We believe that people with disabilities can and should be valued members oftheir communityand we strive to make this a reality for everyindividual we serve.

If you or someone you love is experiencing a disabling condition, Frontier Community Services is here to help. We have been serving people with disabilities in theCentral Kenai Peninsula for thirty years and in Valdez for the past ten years.

If you're feeling overwhelmed and don't know where to turn for help and hope, Frontier Community Services is here for you.
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Independent Living Survey

SDS would like to encourage all who are interested in improving the lives of Alaskans with disabilities to participate in a 10-15 minute survey from the Statewide Independent Living Council. What is needed to improve access in transit systems, housing, employment, technology, health care and other areas?

As a way to say thanks for taking the time to complete the survey, SILC is offering TWO chances to win a $50 gift card

Click below for the survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ AKSPILNeedsAssessment

All responses are appreciated! Your responses will be confidential. 

The survey will be combined with focus group results, interviews, and data collected to determine the areas/topics that will be targeted by the Independent Living Network during the years of 2020-2022. 

The survey ends on November 1, 2018.

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