Robbie Breshears (seated) and Governor Nathan Deal of Georgia at SILC Board Confirmation.A modfied pick up truck allows a person with a disability to get in and drive with little outside help.Woman who is deaf using an online sign language interpreter to communicate with employees and clients.Five Walton Options consumer advocates participate in Brain Injury Awareness Day at the Capitol in Columbia, South Carolina

As one of over 400 Centers for Independent Living in the United States, Walton Options is first and foremost a civil rights organization working to advance the independence of people with disabilities.  To assist people with disabilities in living their lives independently in their home and communities, Walton Options offers services based on our core values.  

Established in 1994, Walton Options has grown from a small Center for Independent Living in Augusta, Georgia to operating 3 locations, providing Independent Living core services in 23 counties in Georgia and South Carolina.

We encourage you to use our site to learn more not only about Walton Options, but about the Independent Living Movement, our Community Partnerships, our Events and how you can make a difference in your life and the lives of people with disabilities.

A Beautiful Dance

 Local agencies work together to put the homeless and people with disabilities in a better place

(Reprinted from Augusta  Credit to Eric Johnson)

11/12/14 at 1:38 PM

Love to shop online? Love Walton Options? Try this!

Now, every time you shop at you can have a portion of your purchase go directly toward helping Walton Options programs and projects through the AmazonSmile Foundation. 

Peer Group Meeting


Monthly Peer Meet and Greet and Bingo.  Held at Walton Options Augusta office, 948 Walton Way.

Board of Directors Meeting


Regularly scheduled quarterly meeting for the Walton Options Board of Directors.

Georgia and South Carolina Rank in the Top 10 in US for Disability Services

An annual ranking of states offering the best services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities reveals a familiar but evolving landscape.
The analysis of disability services in all 50 states and the District of Columbia being released Thursday by United Cerebral Palsy finds top performers spanning the map. In previous years, the best services were largely clustered in the Northeast and West.

5th Annual Brain Injury Awareness Walk Raises Record Amount

Walkers participating in annual brain injury walk in Augusta Georgia

Augusta, GA -
More than 250 supporters—the greatest number ever—walked, ran or rolled during the 5th annual Brain Injury Awareness Walk on Saturday, March 8th raising a record $8,000 to support local brain injury survivors and Camp Hardgrove, an annual camp for adult brain injury survivors.

Walton Foundation Assisting With Home Modifications

Volunteers build a ram on to a mobile home to make it accessible.

Augusta, GA -The Walton Foundation for Independence and the Walton Options for Independent Living have teamed up together to assist with home modifications for those with disabilities. 

The purpose is to build ramps and provide other assistance to those with disabilities who have been discharged from the hospital. Today, several volunteers came together to build a ramp and add other modifications to this home.

Accessible Herb Gardening Class


Class will be held from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Walton Options Augusta located at 948 Walton Way.
Cost: $10 for supplies and participants will take their herb garden home
Limited scholarships and discounts available.
To register or for more information call Kathy at 706-724-6262

Meet Ben! An Introduction to Ticket to Work

This is Ben, the animated character featured in the new Ticket To Work video.

Meet Ben! An Introduction to Ticket to Work

Open Applications Available for Christmas Food Assistance

Open Applications for Senior and People with Disabilities Christmas Food Assistance from The Salvation Army
October 30, 2013