A model, best-practice program, the school is a year-round, therapeutic day program utilizing proven intervention strategies and a collaborative team approach to provide individualized attention in a structured and supportive environment for children ages 3 to 21.
Serves children and adults with special needs, beginning at birth. Services include occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech & language therapy, music therapy, and behavioral health services, as well as access to a registered dietician and free early intervention screenings for children under the age of three.
A college-campus style program for adults with disabilities to promote healthy living and wellness. Adults choose from a variety of programs and volunteer and employment opportunities. Programs include art, computers, library, current events, life skills, cooking, music, fitness, and recreation.
Offers job coaching, training programs, and community-based job placement. Additional opportunities include customized employment and enclaves, a small group of individuals with disabilities trained and supervised at a community employment site.
Provides community-based homes for adults in the local community. All homes provide 24-hour staff support, including assistance with ADLs, medication management, and money management.
Provides the next step for graduating high school students. Allows students to participate in Adult Day Services on a trial basis as a way of gauging interests and acclimating to an adult environment outside of the classroom.
Please join us at Helping Hand Center for the annual Ice Cream Social on Saturday,…Read More
Thanks to everyone on and off the course who participated in Helping Hand Foundation’s Annual…Read More
October 4 | 6:00pm 6160 East Avenue, Hodgkins As family members who want the best for…Read More
September 6 | 6:00pm 9649 W. 55th Street, Countryside Interested parents and their children are…Read More
Helping Hand Center is welcoming Bill Dwyer to the organization in July 2017 as the…Read More