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City of Chicago: Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD)

http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/mopd.html

Provides advocacy and direct services for people with disabilities residing in Chicago

Disability.gov

https://www.disability.gov/

Federal government web portal providing information on disability programs and services in communities nationwide

Federal Domestic Assistance

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Federal government web portal providing listing of all Federal programs available to State and local governments, non-profit organizations and institutions, specialized groups and individuals

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Disability Resources: Illinois

http://www.disabilityresources.org/ILLINOIS.html

Provides listing of resources for people with disabilities residing in Illinois

Equip for Equality

http://www.equipforequality.org/

Provides advocacy assistance, legal services, and disability rights education

Resource Guide for Persons with Disabilities

http://www.equipforequality.org/resourcecenter/guide.pdf

Provides listing of disability-related resources compiled by The Chicago Bar Association Young Lawyers Section

Brain Injury Association of Illinois

http://www.biail.org/

Provides resources for individuals living in Illinois with brain injury  

Autism Society of Illinois

http://www.autismillinois.org/

Provides resources for individuals living in Illinois with autism spectrum disorder  

The Autism Program of Illinois at UIC

http://www.theautismprogram.org/services-network/network-partners/uic/

Provides clinical and community services to individuals with autism spectrum disorder

Institute on Disability & Human Development at UIC

http://www.idhd.org/

Provides advocacy assistance and direct community services for people with disabilities

Rush University Medical Center, Autism Resource Center

http://www.rush.edu/rumc/page-1213718660256.html

Provides referrals for families who have a child with autism spectrum disorder, links children and families with appropriate services

 

 

Toys "R" Us Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids - Toys "R" Us has released the 2012 Toys "R" Us Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids, a complimentary toy-selection guide for parents and friends of children with disabilities.  

Toys“R”Us®, Inc. announced the release of the 2012 edition of the Toys“R”Us® Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids®, an easy-to-use toy selection resource for those who know, love and shop for children with special needs. Published annually, this complimentary guide is available now in Toys“R”Us®® and Babies“R”Us® stores nationwide and online, in both English and Spanish, at Toysrus.com/DifferentlyAbled. This year, mom, TV host and philanthropist Nancy O’Dell appears on the cover alongside Saskia Vogt, an 8-year-old girl with Down syndrome.


Click here to visit the National Lekotek Center, a division of Anixter Center, website and learn more!

 

 

Anixter Center Celebrates a Century of Service — Chicago Nonprofit Has Been Serving People in Need for 100 Years

This year, Anixter Center, one of the largest nonprofit organizations serving those with disabilities, behavioral health challenges and people who are Deaf, celebrates its 100th year anniversary. The organization has an interesting history and evolution of service that will be shared throughout the year… In 1918, thirteen women founded an orphanage... Read more

A Century of Service — Anixter Center’s Annual Benefit Celebrates 100 Years

Anixter Center, a leading nonprofit in the Chicagoland area serving people with disabilities, hosts its annual benefit, “A Century of Service,” on Wednesday evening, May 15 at Wrigley Field’s 1914 Club. The spring gala, which is part of Anixter Center’s year-long celebration of its 100th year anniversary, will honor the Anixter... Read more

QIDP (Qualitied Intellectual Disabilities Professional) Certification Course

QIDP Training – NEXT OFFERING BEGINS JANUARY 25, 2019 - PLEASE REGISTER BY 1/17/2019 The Department of Human Services has mandated this 40-hour Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP) training as a requirement for all QIDPs. Anixter Center's course meets the DHS standards of instruction. Anyone is welcome to apply for the course, but applicants... Read more

 

Anixter Center Success | Margaret

Anixter Center Success | Margaret

Margaret definitely knows what she wants—a job. And she also knows what it will take to get one—better job skills and her GED. Anixter Center is supporting her all the... Read more

 

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