Welcome To CILWW
The Center for Independent Living is part of a network of Wisconsin Independent Living Centers that are non-residential, private, non-profit, consumer-controlled, community-based organizations providing services and advocacy by and for persons with all types of disabilities. Their goal is to assist individuals with disabilities to achieve their maximum potential within their families and communities.
OPPORTUNITY + RESPONSIBILITY + EMPOWERMENT = INDEPENDENCE
Who Are We?
CILWW is a community-based, non-residential,
private non-profit agency that is staffed and
governed by people with disabilities.
Become a Volunteer
CILWW is currently seeking volunteers for our Fishing Has No Boundaries program, volunteer drivers for our Transportation program, as well as other opportunities.
The latest news from CILWW:
Ideal for people with some degree of hearing loss, the Captioned Telephone, or CapTel, works like any other telephone with one important addition: It displays every word the caller says throughout the conversation. CapTel phone users can listen to the caller, and can...
Assistive Technology Article – OrCam Read Written by: Jenesis Lindbo, Independent Living Specialist at C.I.L.W.W. For people with mild low vision, reading fatigue, reading difficulties including dyslexia, and for anyone who consumes large amounts of text. OrCam Read...
This notebook has 36 lined pages, but it can be used over and over by simply wiping the pages clean with a wet cloth. By using the app, any notes you write can be saved to common cloud services, email, or other virtual locations, and they can even be sorted and...
Today’s assistive technology article is looking at a game many people love – Uno! Uno is a classic card game that can be played by anyone. The assistive technology we are writing about are braille Uno cards, which makes playing Uno possible and easier for those that...
Check out the latest Resources for Voters from Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition, linked below. Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition: Resources for Voters
Today, the assistive technology that we are looking at is a family game everyone knows – Monopoly! With extra-large playing cards that have braille and large print on them, individuals that are blind or have low vision can play the game with ease. The board is also...
CILWW Independent Living Partners
To ensure the quality of the services CILWW provides we rely on our trusted partners.