Centers for Independent Living

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Per the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, the Centers for Independent Living (IL, Part C) program of the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) has been transferred to the new Independent Living Administration (ILA), a part of the Administration for Community Living (ACL) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. For more information on ACL, please visit www.acl.gov. More information on ILA’s new Web site will be posted soon. In the meantime, you may continue to find information regarding the Centers for Independent Living program on ED.gov.


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Annual Performance Report: RSA-704

Grantees for this program are required to fill out Part II of the RSA-704 report.

  • RSA-704 Part I instructions
    download files MS Word (263KB)

  • RSA-704 Part I instrument
    download files MS Word (308KB)

  • RSA-704 Part I Key Guidance
    download files MS Word (35KB) | PDF (35KB)

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  • RSA-704 Part II instructions
    download files MS Word (245KB)

  • RSA-704 Part II instrument
    download files MS Word (253KB)

  • RSA-704 Part II Key Guidance
    download files MS Word (35KB) | PDF (35KB)

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RSA Website

The RSA Web site offers reports on performance of this program. These reports may be viewed at https://rsa.ed.gov. To run the report, click on Quick Tables then select CIL Performance Summary and follow the instructions. You may also use the Ad Hoc Query function to interactively query the database. You do not need a user ID to ruin these reports.

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State Plan for Independent Living

RSA has developed a separate page containing information you may find useful concerning the State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL).

(February 11, 2013)

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FY 2005 Annual Program Performance Report

 
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