The Center for Disability Services at Western Michigan University has a variety of services available to fit your individual needs. As part of the College of Health and Human Services we have access to University departments and with that new technologies and best practices in the fields of allied health.
We believe in a culture of gentleness and provide a safe and loving environment. Please contact us and schedule a tour our facilities when you are looking for services.
Programs for individuals with disabilities
Programs for seniors
Typically, adults who receive our services have an intellectual disability or other developmental disability or condition such that they require assistance with personal-care, require mobility assistance, and use alternative communication strategies. Our services focus on improving functioning and participation through:
- understanding and communicating with the world (cognition)
- moving and getting around (mobility)
- self care (attending to one's hygiene, dressing, eating and staying alone)
- getting along with people (interpersonal interactions)
- life activities (domestic responsibilities, leisure and work)
- participation in society (joining in community activities).
If you are interested in learning more about our services we offer the community, please contact the Center for Disability Services at (269) 387-7200.