FINDER Service Launched for Area Disabled
A free online resource for disabled residents is being introduced in Vanderburgh County.
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It’s called FINDER, and the local Advisory Board on Disability Services says it’s designed to collect and organize disability-related services, programs, equipment, and advocacy contacts across the state.
Indiana Disability Resource FINDER currently contains nearly 3,000 service providers with the potential to include thousands more.
In a release, the board says FINDER supports the right for people of all abilities to freely choose how they wish to live their lives to the fullest.
It does not rate or endorse programs, services, or organizations. It’s up to the individual to decide if a resource fits their unique needs.
Over the next few weeks and months, the local Advisory Board on Disability Services will preview FINDER through presentations and online webinars with local service providers, medical facilities, educational institutions, media, and others.
The site can be accessed at https://www.indianadisabilityresourcefinder.org.