SOCIL Southeastern Ohio Center for Independent Living

Serving Fairfield and Hocking Counties, Ohio

Southeastern Ohio Center for Independent Living



SOCIL News

  • Sensory-Friendly Movie Screening

    Sensory-Friendly Movie Screening

    Cinemark theaters at the River Valley Mall in Lancaster will be offering a sensory-friendly showing of 5 different movies. On Saturday’s at 9:30 am. Admission will be $5.50 per person. Click on link above for more details.

  • Sensory Santa - Magical Time with Santa in a Sensory Friendly, Calm Environment

    Sensory Santa - Magical Time with Santa in a Sensory Friendly, Calm Environment

    Sensory Santa being offered to children with sensory challenges. Saturday, December 1st from 9:00am-10:00am. Attendance limited - Deadline to register - November 23th.

  • September - Be Informed - Be Prepared for Disasters and Emergencies

    September - Be Informed - Be Prepared for Disasters and Emergencies

    Getting correct information during an emergency is the key to taking safe action. Someone in your household may not be able to receive, understand, or act on emergency information. Thank about what special needs your household my have. Take action now to make sure everyone in your family will be safe in a an emergency.

  • August - Get Involved - Be Prepared for Disasters and Emergencies

    August - Get Involved - Be Prepared for Disasters and Emergencies

    It takes more than police, fire and EMS to respond to a disaster. It takes people who are committed to neighborhood, churches, schools and volunteer organizations. When people are willing to work together for the good of others, communities are stronger.

  • July - Family Communication Plan - Be Prepared for Disasters and Emergencies

    July - Family Communication Plan - Be Prepared for Disasters and Emergencies

    Today we have more ways to speak with one another than ever before. We are used to staying in touch with cell phones, internet, and email, but disasters can change things. These devices may not be available. Cell phone towers quickly become overloaded with people trying to reach friends and family. If the power is out at your home, cordless phones, internet and email will not work either.

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