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Post Secondary Education

College Living Experience

Chicago

College Living Experience

7337 N. Lincoln Avenue

Lincolnwood, IL 60712

United States

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847 674 0881

Contact Name:

Shoshana Axler

http://www.experiencecle.com

College Living Experience (CLE) is a post-secondary program for students who require additional support with academic, social and independent living skills. CLE provides intensive assistance to students with varying abilities. They all receive the support they need to become functional, independent adults. CLE was established in 1989 and is a division of Educational Services of America (ESA), the nations leading provider of special and alternative education.

 

Elmhurst Learning and Success Academy

190 S. Prospect Avenue

Cureton Hall

Elmhurst, IL60126

United States

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(630) 617-3752

Contact Email:

elsa@elmhurst.edu

http://public.elmhurst.edu/elsa

The Elmhurst Learning and Success Academy (ELSA) is a four-year program that offers a full-time, post-secondary educational experience to young adults with developmental disabilities. The program emphasizes three key areas: Academics and Career Exploration; Independent Living Skills; and Social and Recreational Skills. Personal responsibility and advocacy, decision-making, time management and organizational skills are integrated across the curriculum.

Options for College Success

Options for College Success

820 Davis St Suite 455

Evanston, IL60201

United States

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847 425 4797

Contact Email:

info@optionsforcollegesuccess.org

http://optionsforcollegesuccess.org/app/

We are an organization located in Evanston, IL, whose purpose is to encourage learning-challenged post secondary students to develop the skills, the confidence, and the courage necessary to transition into living independently and working productively.

 

Prairie State College Disability Services

Prairie State College Disability Services

202 S. Halsted St

Chicago Heights, IL60411

United States

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708 709 3500

Contact Name:

Diane Janowiak, Director

Contact Email:

djanowiak@prairiestate.edu

http://www.prairie.cc.il.us/ss/ss-disasvcs.html

The Office seeks to maintain academic standards while providing equal access and support services to students who are able to benefit from college-level course work, have the commitment to succeed, and have a documented disability.

 

Self-Advocacy Social Skills Group

Self-Advocacy Social Skills Group

University of Illinois at Chicago

Chicago, IL

United States

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312 413 4624

Contact Name:

Jennifer Gorski, Ph.D. & Lana Roth, LCS

Eligible participants: Chicago area University and Community College students with ASD.

 

South Suburban College Office of Services for Students with Disabilities

South Suburban College Office of Services for Students with Disabilities

15800 South State Street

South Holland, IL60473

United States

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708 596 2000 X2649

http://www.southsuburbancollege.edu/en_US/Services/Student_Services/Services_for…

 

Think College Illinois

1640 W. Roosevelt Road, Room 405

Chicago, IL60608

United States

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877-232-1990

312-413-1407

http://www.thinkcollegeillinois.org

This website introduces inclusive postsecondary education (PSE) for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) in Illinois. You will find this website helpful if you are a representative from a postsecondary education institution and/or a student, self-advocate, parent, administrator, service provider, or policy-maker. Think College is a national initiative to create inclusive PSE opportunities for students with I/DD.

Triton College Center for Students with Disabilities

Triton College Center for Students with Disabilities

2000 Fifth Ave

River Grove, IL60171

United States

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708 456 0300 X3854

Contact Name:

Deborah M Ford

Contact Email:

dford@triton.edu

http://www.triton.edu

Our mission is to provide academic accessibility for students with disabilities and to empower them to become independent, successful students at Triton College.

 

University of Illinois at Chicago Disability Resource Center

University of Illinois at Chicago Disability Resource Center

1200 W. Harrison St Room 1190 SSB (MC 321)

Chicago, IL60607

United States

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312 413 2183

Contact Name:

Roxana Stupp, Director

Contact Email:

drc@uic.edu

http://www.uic.edu/depts/oaa/disability_resources/contact.html

 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Division of Disability Resources and Educational Services

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Division of Disability Resources and Educational Services

1207 S. Oak St

Champaign, IL61820

United States

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217 333 1970

Contact Email:

disability@uiuc.edu

http://www.disability.uiuc.edu

 

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