Independent Living Council of Wisconsin

The Independent Living Council of Wisconsin is established to develop, monitor and evaluate the state plan for independent living (SPIL) along with performing other statutory duties and authorities as listed in the current Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended in 1992, 2014 and future years, and duties as listed in the SPIL.

Mandated under the Rehabilitation Act as amended in 1992 and 2014, the ILCW has chosen to incorporate as a non-profit organization and its governing board members are appointed by the governor of Wisconsin. In all other respects, the ILCW is an independent, non-profit corporation.

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Notice of Public Hearing

Federal Statute 45 CFR § 1329.17 General Requirements for State Plan

Notice is given that the State Independent Living Council known as the Independent Living Council of Wisconsin (ILCW) will hold public hearings to gather input from consumers regarding the development of the State of Wisconsin’s Independent Living Plan for 2021 – 2023, according to the Federal Statute 45 CFR § 1329.17 General Requirements for a State Plan.

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Public Hearing Information

The following public hearings are to gather input from consumers for the new State Plan of Independent Living:

Accessibility

ILCW is committed to full and equal access. Please Note Environmental and Chemical Sensitivities: For the safety and comfort of those with chemical and environmental sensitivities, ILCW asks that you do not use any perfumed products such as scented soaps, deodorants, perfumes, colognes, or heavily scented fabric softeners when attending ILCW sponsored events. An American Sign Language interpreter will be provided. If you need CART, alternate formats or materials in another language to participate, please email ILCWinfo@gmail.com.

State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) Input and Comments

Input and Comments  the 2021 - 2023 State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) can be submitted to ILCW.

1 The current amended SPIL can be viewed here:

2 Submitting comments through electronic survey:

3 Mail written comments to:
ILCW
Attn: SPIL Comments
3810 Milwaukee Street, Madison, WI 53714

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