New Executive Director

Lynn has over 20 years of Independent Living experience and has been with LINC for over 18 years.  LINC Board and Staff look forward to an exciting year of working together “to ensure inclusion in all areas of community life.”  Lynn Jarman and Lynn Hatfield will continue their dynamic management…

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LINC Sign Language Class 2017 Beginning ThursdayJuly 13, 2017Each Thursday for 7 weeks,5:30 – 6:30 p.m.Call LINC to reserve your seat:618-235-9988Cost: $5 per week

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Concerns about falling?

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 A Matter of BalanceManaging Concerns About FallsA Matter of Balance can help reduce the fear of falling and increase the activity levels of older adults who have concerns about falling. Over 60 adults and free to public. Limited Seats. Older adults help manage falls. Classes start Wednesday April 5th, 2017…

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Holiday Season 2016

This Holiday Season Consider Giving the Gift of Opportunity to Someone With a Disability.For $25.00 You Could Provide a Life Skills Training Session for a Youth with Disabilities as They Look Towards Independence.For $50.00 You Could Provide an Assessment of Need for Someone that is Low Vision/Blind.For $100.00 You Could Provide…

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LINC Celibrates Blind/Deaf Week with its own

Hello my name is Daniel Hawkins. I am an DeafBlind Advocate at LINC Inc. As an DeafBlind myself, I have experience in living independently with dual sensory loss. Many people think just losing your hearing or vision is bad, but not both. However I am here to tell you it…

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LINC’s Hours Being Reduced

Please be aware and spread the word that if no FY17 budget or bridge agreement is signed by the end of June, LINC will be forced to reduce service hours. Starting the first full week of July LINC will be reducing office hours to 3 days per week. The Swansea…

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A Good Book & A Good Pattern

Marilyn Hughes Retirement Celebration Marilyn Hughes was born the eldest of 5 children in 1945 in St. Louis. She was educated at the Jacksonville, Illinois School for the Blind starting at age 6, spending 9 months a year away from her family. Marilyn remembers Joanna Cargill & her Husband Floyd…

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