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  • Category Archives: Assistive Technology

    ALDA-Association of Late-Deafened Adults

    Online groups, Outreach and advocacy, Presentations, Publications, Social Activities. ALDA-ROCK is continuously trying to promote deaf awareness and to provide support to surrounding areas. Open to people of all ages no matter the degree of hearing loss. Provide fellowship and support.


    Barbara Olson Center of Hope

    Vocational Development Program, Educational training on computer training, sexuality, personal safety, assistive technology, integrated community living and independent living, sensory integration, sheltered workshops and work training.


    Bureau of Blind Services

    Vocational Rehabilitation, Community-based instructional Program, Illinois Center for Rehabilitation and Education-Wood, Business Enterprise Program for the Blind.


    Center for Sight and Hearing

    Assistive technology training, employment services, counseling, orientation and mobility training, low vision services, social/recreation programs and consultation.


    Muscular Dystrophy Association

    Programs of medical services to maintain the quality of life, enhance independence and mobility to those served.


    NIU Speech Language and Hearing Clinic

    Audiology, rehabilitation counseling, Speech language pathology


    Spinal Cord Injury Association of Illinois

    Assorted services ranging from supplies and equipment to support groups.


    The Autism Program – Rockford Service Center

    The Family Community Resource room is open to all who wish to gain more information and understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

    They offer a comprehensive library, with materials that are research based, DVDs, games and toys, social skills groups, training opportunities and various other clinical services.


    The Autism Program – Rockford Service Center

    The Family Community Resource room is open to all who wish to gain more information and understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

    They offer a comprehensive library, with materials that are research based, DVDs, games and toys, social skills groups, training opportunities and various other clinical services.


    The IL Valley Center for Independent Living – IVCIL

    Non-profit and advocacy organization that serves people with disabilities and helps them become more independent. Services include: information and referral, independent living skills training, peer counseling, and advocacy. They also provide programs such as: personal assistant, community reintegration, youth and deaf services, and a volunteer program. Also includes a resource library, equipment closet, and community services.