Disability Advocates of Kent County was founded in 1981 by persons with disabilities who sought to help themselves and others with disabilities gain control over their own lives.
Disability Advocates of Kent County supports Veterans with disabilities by providing independent living resources and guidance and work-related training experiences.
Become as informed as possible by signing up in one of our many disability educations programs and learn how you can better serve your community
We assist consumers with home modifications, equipment, resources, and funding options so they continue living independently in their own home.
We provide assessments, give insight, and make recommendations to organizations interested in creating an accessible environment for all.
A program which guides families with adults with disabilities to the many supports available through healthcare and educational resources.
Disability Advocates works with tools to ensure a successful transition into adulthood and independence.
Serving students ages 14-26
Disability Advocates has Certified Benefits Practitioners who can answer questions and help you plan for the future.
A program which assists people with disabilities and older adults residing in a nursing facility that have a desire to live independently.
Interactive programs to help learn, practice, and discuss independent living skills in a safe and comfortable environment.