In accordance with KCMO's Core 4 Quarantine, The Whole Person will be closed beginning Monday, March 23, at 5pm. We will continue to answer our main phone numbers to provide services and answer questions from our consumers.
If you prefer to reach us online, please use our "Contact Us" form HERE.
CLICK HERE for ASL/Interpreter videos and resources for Deaf/Hard of Hearing
Please be sure to check our Facebook, social media and website page for information on how to connect with us during the KCMO Core4 #StayHomeKC 30-day quarantine. You matter to us and we will continue to support you during this challenging time. We are all in this together and we will get through it.
Thank you! - The Whole Person
The Whole Person offers a broad range of services to people with disabilities to increase their ability to perform day-to-day activities and reduce the need of support from family members, professional attendants or other care-giving services. Our services and programs build the confidence of these individuals and improve the many skills they need to live, learn and work in the Kansas City metro community.
Community Needs Survey
The Missouri Statewide Independent Living Council (MOSILC) is seeking the help of: ALL consumers with a disability, family or friends of consumers, community partners and CIL Staff, volunteers or board members. The Consumer Needs Survey provides information for the State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) and Performance Progress Report (PPR) regarding targeted outreach efforts to populations in the state that are unserved or underserved as well as services that may be needed within certain catchment areas and assess Independent Living services being provided throughout the state.
☑️ Please take a moment to share your input.: CLICK HERE
I Am A Whole Person
Articles of Interest
2013 Capstone Award
Our building received the 2013 Capstone Award for Architectural Excellence in Adaptive Reuse.
TWP has received the highest level of accreditation by CARF International
Our In-Home Care is an in-home personal care service provider for Missouri DHSS
Disability in the US
Of the 69.6 million families in the U.S., 20.3 million families have at least one member with a disability.
Adaptive sports enriches and transforms lives through sport.