Toll free support for family services.
Promotes a network of resources for Illinois youth with social and emotional health conditions to receive timely and appropriate access to the services they deserve. Providing technical assistance to parents, service consumers, providers and member agency personnel to appropriately access needed services, IEP consultation, SSI/SSDI navigation.
Providing services for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, within their communities, in order to strengthen their independence, self esteem, and ability to participate in and contribute to community life.
Offers adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) activities where they choose meaningful ways to spend their day.
Providing Home-Based Support Services to individuals enrolled in the Children’s and Adult Waivers through Illinois DHS/DDD. Participants may choose from Self-Directed Assistance and a variety of Respite options based on their Personal Plans.
Providing evidence-based screening, diagnostics, training, information and resources for autism spectrum disorder.
Community-based organization that strives for a community in which members, including individuals with special needs, can live, learn, and work.
Opportunities to gather with other families with children/young adults with special needs and have access to life enrichment services.
Currently designated as a therapeutic day school in the State of Illinois licensed and certified to exclusively serve students with a primary diagnosis of autism.
Day program for adult individuals on the autism spectrum providing individualized programming that recognizes the strengths and intrestes of each participant.