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IAC members work to develop a network of services that complement community resources. Although there are many agencies available locally, it is often difficult to know who to call if faced with a need. The IAC holds trainings on a variety of topics that are important to the disability community and the aging. Among members are agencies who work with issues related to aging, sensory, mobility, and cognitive impairments, dying, living independently, assistive technology, housing, adult day care, HIV/AIDS, and two major medical centers with comprehensive rehabilitation programs.

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About Us
IAC members work to develop a network of services that complement community resources. Although there are many agencies available locally, it is often difficult to know who to call if faced with a personal need, or the need of a friend, family member, or client. The IAC holds trainings on a variety of topics that are important to the disability community and the aging.
Among members are agencies who work with issues related to aging, sensory, mobility, communication, and cognitive impairments, end of life issues, respite care, living independently, assistive technology, housing, accessible library services, continuing education, job training and retention, veterans, social security benefits, advocacy, recreation, adult day care, hiv/aids, government services, crisis intervention and aid, and two major medical centers with comprehensive rehabilitation programs.

If you belong to an organization serving the Forsyth County area, please contact the website administrator for additional information on how to participate in our networking council.

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Our Agencies that are represented on the web...
 Goodwill Industries
 Hospice
 Forsyth Medical Center
 Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center -- NC Baptist Hospitals, Inc.
 NCATP
 NC Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
 NC Division of Service for the Blind, VR
 NC Division of Service for the Blind, IL
 Independent Living
 Veterans Administration
 HOPE
 Veterans Affairs
 Adult Outreach -- Library
 MCPD
 Recreation and Parks
 AIDS Care Service
 Senior Services
 The Enrichment Center
 Industries for the Blind
 Housing Authority
 First Line
 Black-Phillips-Smith Government Center
 Winston-Salem Transit Authority
 Family Services
The following links are to our participating interagency council members who have developed independent websites. Please refer to these sites and contact information if you have questions specific to that agency, or would like to learn more about the services provided. Have fun!
CONTACT
 atbrown@wfubmc.edu
 CompRehab Plaza, Assistive Technology 131 Miller Street Winston-Salem, NC 27103 United States of America 
 Phone: 716-8030   
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