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Daycare

Abraham Lincoln Center
gnight@abelink.org
3888 S. Cottage Grove
Chicago, Il 60653
1.773.373.6600
http://www.abelink.org

Blue Cap
1962 Broadway
Blue Island, Il 60406
1.708.389.8137
Medicaid Provider: Yes
http://www.blue-cap.org

Easter Seals Dupage and Fox Valley Region
830 S. Addison
Villa Park, Il 60181
1.630.620.4433
http://www.eastersealldfvr.org

Easter Seals Joliet Region
gvalentine@joliet.easterseals.com
212 Barney Drive
Joliet, Il 60435
1.815.725.2194
http://www.easterseals.com

Easter Seals Metro Chicago

chsinn@eastersealschicago.org
14 E Jackson St. Suite 900
Chicago, Il 60345
1.815.725.2194
http://www.eastersealschicago.org

El Valor info@elvalor.net
1850 W. 21st St
Chicago, Il 60608
1.312.666.4511
http://www.elvalor.org

Special Therapy Care 
santila@specialtherapycare.com
10702 S. Western
Chicago, Il 60643
1.773.779.5800

TAP Training Center at Unviersity of Illinois-Chicago

1747 W. Roosevelt Rd. Rm155
Chicago, Il 60608
1.312.413.4624
http://www.theautismprogram.org

Malcon Eaton Enterprises
570 W. Lamm Rd
Freeport, Il 61032
1.815.235.7181
Medicaid Provider: Yes
http://www.malcolmeaton.org/

The Baby Fold
108 E. Willow St
Normal, Il 61761
1.309.452.1170
http://www.thebabyfold.org

Easter Seals of LaSalle & Bureau Counties
pwilliamson@il-lb.easterseals.com
1013 Adams
Ottawa, Il 61350
1.815.434.0857
http://www.illinoisvalley.easterseals.com

Tazwell County Resource Resource 
1605 Florence
Pekin, Il 61554
1.309.347.5121
Medicaid Provider: Yes

Easter Seals Central Illinois
jankelsh@easterseals.ci.org
2715 N. 27th St
Decatur, Il 62526
1.217.429.1052
Medicaid Provider: Yes
http://www.easterseals-ci.org

Macon Resource, Inc
dlewandowski@maconresources.org
2121 Hubbard Ave
Decatur, Il 62524
1.217.875.1910
http://www.maconresources.org

Moultrie County Beacon, Inc.
401 W. Water St.
P.O. Box 406
Sullivan, Il 61951
1.217.728.7356

Project CHILD: CCR&R
prochild@rlc.edu 327
Pontomac, Suite C
P.O. Box 827
Mt. Vernon, Il 62864
1.800.362.7257
http://www.rlc.edu/projectchild

William M.BeDell Achievement & Resource Center 
jjohnson@bedellarc.org
400 Main St.
Wood River, Il 62095
1.618.251.2175
http://www.bedellarc.org

Charleston Transitional Facility (CTF) 
markklaus@stfillinois.org
521 7th St.
Charleston, Il 61920
1.217.352.1557
http://www.ctfilllinois.org
Statewide

The Autism Program of Illinois Noll Medical Pavilion
5220 S. 6th Street Rd. Suite
1700 Springfield, Il 62703
1.217.525.8332
http://www.theautismprogram.org
Statewide

A.E.R.O. 
Special Education Cooperative
7600 S. Mason Ave.
Burbank, IL 60459
(708) 496-3330
Cook County
Provides special education programming for 12 school districts and provides a number of related services such as occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech services, social work, assistive technology and school nurses. See below information regarding autism programs.
Grades: 1-8.
Students are referred to the program after a referral from an A.E.R.O. early childhood placement or through a referral from their local school district.
No wait list.

Other Programs at A.E.R.O.
Autism Dynamics Beginnings Program

Half-day education program designed for children who exhibit severe to moderate delays in one or more areas of development. Program utilizes the principles of applied behavior analysis for skill acquisition and behavior management and TEACCH for communication and structure.
Ages: 3-6.
Child must be screened first and given a case study evaluation with parent consent in order to enter the program.

Functional Academic Learning Program
Serves students with mild-moderate autism, cognitive, physical, behavioral, and/or health impairments in integrated school settings throughout member districts. Program addresses the need for each child and young adult to develop the academic and functional life skills necessary for adult life and to experience social interactions and relationships with peers in educational and community environments.
Ages: 5 and up.

Multi Needs Program
Serves students with severe/profound cognitive disabilities, multiple disabilities, physical impairments, health impairments, and/or autism within a self-contained educational setting. Daily instruction focuses on communication, socialization, daily living skills, leisure skills, motor development, community based instruction, health management, vocational training/instruction, behavior management, and assistive technology.
Ages: 3 and up.

Communication Development Program
Program serves students who have severe speech and language disorders. The students’ disabilities include speech/language impairments, learning disabilities and high functioning autism. Criteria for entrance into the program include average intelligence and a severe impairment in the area of speech and communication.
Grades: 1 through 8.

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