Expertise in Areas that Promote Health Equity
People with disabilities come to ICS because we have expert staff who can help them achieve goals, improve their quality of life, and be active members in their community. ICS works with members to address their health, mobility and independence. These areas are the foundational pillars needed to stand up true health equity for people with disabilities.
ICS works to remove barriers to care that are all too common for people with disabilities, so each ICS member is able to enjoy the best possible health.
Being able to get around freely and comfortably is essential. ICS staff help ensure members have access to properly fitted mobility supports.
Everyone wants be part of their community. ICS helps members stay engaged and involved, be it through social activities or professional interests.
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New ICS Thrive Social Adult Day Program to Launch May 9
ICS is proud to announce the launch of ICS Thrive, a new social adult day program featuring an exciting series of activities and programs, which will begin Tuesday, May 9.
ICS’ Marcus Johnson Co-Teaches Engineering Courses At Yale University
Independence Care System (ICS) Health Home Advocacy Specialist Marcus Johnson, CRC, LMHC, BC-TMH, CASAC-T, was recently appointed as a lecturer at Yale University School of Engineering and Applied Science, where he is currently collaborating with fellow lecturer and longtime friend Ron Adrezin, PhD, PE, to teach two engineering courses this spring semester.
ICS Independent Living Program Empowers Members
“The Independent Living Program (ILP) has really allowed for a strong connection and a very supportive foundation between mentors and members,” said Independent Living Program Manager and Independence Care System (ICS) member Sharifa Abu-Hamda.
ICS’ Marcus Johnson Presents at SUNY Upstate Health Justice Conference
Independence Care System (ICS) Health Home Advocacy Specialist Marcus Johnson was a special guest presenter at SUNY Upstate Medical University’s annual Health Justice Conference.