CSRA ADA25 Celebrations May 27 - 30th, 2015A 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.

Disability Museum Display Open to the Public

May
29th
2015

Join us on Thursday May 28th and Friday May 29th as we celebrate the history of the Americans wi

Disability Museum Display Open to the Public

May
28th
2015

Join us on Thursday May 28th and Friday May 29th as we celebrate the history of the Americans wi

Happy 25th Anniversary, ADA! Special Events Mark Milestone

CSRA ADA25 Georgia and South Carolina Logo
Augusta, Ga.—Designated parking spaces, wheelchair-accessible ramps and the ability of someone with a disability to receive a fair job interview are all benefits that we take for granted today—but that weren’t necessarily in place 25 years ago.
 

Americans with Disabilities Act 25th Anniversary Celebratory PSA

On the ADA's 100 day countdown to the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the ADA Legacy Tour is pleased to announce the release of a universally designed 46 sec PSA marking the 25th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This PSA highlights several events leading up to as well as the signing of the ADA by President George H. W. Bush on July 26, 1990.

Advocacy Day for Access and Independence

April
16th
2015

Save The Date for the 2015 Advocacy Day for Access & Independence.
April 16, 2015 9:30 – 1:00pm, State House, Columbia, SC
 

STAR Durable Medical Equipment Reuse Program

July
30th
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

July
28th
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

July
28th
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

July
23rd
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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