A modfied pick up truck allows a person with a disability to get in and drive with little outside help.T.E.K Quest is coming this summer! Click here to find out more about our new children's program.Robbie Breshears (seated) and Governor Nathan Deal of Georgia at SILC Board Confirmation.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.

TEK Quest

August
7th
2015

Technology Empowers Knowledge. T.E.K. Quest is an evening camp designed to expose children, parents and educators to different technologies available to help people overcome obstacles faced in everyday life. This camp will concentrate on using apps installed on tablets, as these have become a much more affordable and easier to obtain solutions than custom built hardware. By using a fun and interactive group learning enviroment, the camp will spend each day showing how tablets and their apps can be used to empower people with different types of disabilities.

TEK Quest

August
6th
2015

Technology Empowers Knowledge. T.E.K. Quest is an evening camp designed to expose children, parents and educators to different technologies available to help people overcome obstacles faced in everyday life. This camp will concentrate on using apps installed on tablets, as these have become a much more affordable and easier to obtain solutions than custom built hardware. By using a fun and interactive group learning enviroment, the camp will spend each day showing how tablets and their apps can be used to empower people with different types of disabilities.

TEK Quest

August
5th
2015

Technology Empowers Knowledge. T.E.K. Quest is an evening camp designed to expose children, parents and educators to different technologies available to help people overcome obstacles faced in everyday life. This camp will concentrate on using apps installed on tablets, as these have become a much more affordable and easier to obtain solutions than custom built hardware. By using a fun and interactive group learning enviroment, the camp will spend each day showing how tablets and their apps can be used to empower people with different types of disabilities.

TEK Quest

August
4th
2015

Technology Empowers Knowledge. T.E.K. Quest is an evening camp designed to expose children, parents and educators to different technologies available to help people overcome obstacles faced in everyday life. This camp will concentrate on using apps installed on tablets, as these have become a much more affordable and easier to obtain solutions than custom built hardware. By using a fun and interactive group learning enviroment, the camp will spend each day showing how tablets and their apps can be used to empower people with different types of disabilities.

TEK Quest

August
3rd
2015

Technology Empowers Knowledge. T.E.K. Quest is an evening camp designed to expose children, parents and educators to different technologies available to help people overcome obstacles faced in everyday life. This camp will concentrate on using apps installed on tablets, as these have become a much more affordable and easier to obtain solutions than custom built hardware. By using a fun and interactive group learning enviroment, the camp will spend each day showing how tablets and their apps can be used to empower people with different types of disabilities.

STAR Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program

September
29th
2015

Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays (except major holidays) from 10am-12pm and 1pm-4pm
Location: 948 Walton Way, Augusta, GA - Building B
Contact Deversely for more informatiom about the different items we offer and their availability. She can be reached on 706-724-6262
What is the STAR Program?

STAR Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program

September
24th
2015

Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays (except major holidays) from 10am-12pm and 1pm-4pm
Location: 948 Walton Way, Augusta, GA - Building B
Contact Deversely for more informatiom about the different items we offer and their availability. She can be reached on 706-724-6262
What is the STAR Program?

STAR Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program

September
22nd
2015

Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays (except major holidays) from 10am-12pm and 1pm-4pm
Location: 948 Walton Way, Augusta, GA - Building B
Contact Deversely for more informatiom about the different items we offer and their availability. She can be reached on 706-724-6262
What is the STAR Program?

STAR Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program

September
17th
2015

Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays (except major holidays) from 10am-12pm and 1pm-4pm
Location: 948 Walton Way, Augusta, GA - Building B
Contact Deversely for more informatiom about the different items we offer and their availability. She can be reached on 706-724-6262
What is the STAR Program?

STAR Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program

September
15th
2015

Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays (except major holidays) from 10am-12pm and 1pm-4pm
Location: 948 Walton Way, Augusta, GA - Building B
Contact Deversely for more informatiom about the different items we offer and their availability. She can be reached on 706-724-6262
What is the STAR Program?

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