Developmental Disabilities

Image of a purple background with a female sitting in a red wheelchair. Quote Independent Living offers an array of services to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in the Hudson Valley, including education advocacy and transition supports for students between the ages of 6 and 21, an after-school learning enrichment program, a Community Independence Program that offers independent living skills training.


Community Independence Program

Fundamental to the Community Independence Program is the belief that individuals with developmental disabilities can and should be given the opportunity to determine the content and character of the service they receive, identify the goals to which they aspire, and choose the individuals that would provide them with assistance in identifying and attaining their goals.

  • For more information, please call (845) 565-1162 x231.

Learning Enrichment After-School Program

LEAP is a free Learning Enrichment After-School Program provided by Independent Living, Inc. that serves individuals with developmental disabilities from Newburgh and neighboring communities. Participants who are in the enrichment program will receive one-on-one assistance from qualified staff. Participants will also be involved in an array of activities.

  • For more information, please call (845) 565-1162 x209.

Education Advocacy

Provides outreach and advocacy services to families of students between the ages of 6 and 21 with developmental disabilities throughout Orange County that have historically been underserved because of language and/or cultural barriers, or due to their lack of information about their child’s rights and their role in protecting them.

Provides individualized support aimed at addressing the challenges associated with ensuring that students with developmental disabilities are given every opportunity to receive a complete and appropriate education while attending school.