Disabled Persons - ServicesEducation Services
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday-Friday.
A small 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in Evanston, Illinois. The organization's mission is to support neurodiverse young adults in developing the skills, courage, and confidence to succeed academically, work productively, and live independently. This mission fuels the organization's vision of an inclusive future where emerging neurodiverse and disabled adults have accessible opportunities to build their own successful life. The services provided are individualized to the young adult and based on a strengths-based approach.
Services include but are not limited to Academic Support and Customized Tutoring, Career Skills Development, Independent Living Skills, Executive Function Coaching, Financial Literacy, Social Skills, and various groups that are supportive of independence and interest-based. These may include Healthy Relationships Group, Virtual Improv Group, Graphic Novel Group, Art Group, and more. These services are offered in two formats: In-Residence, to gain real-life independent living experience with a lower level of oversight, and Choices, which is an a la carte option to pick and choose your services, designing your own program.
We meet you where you're at to get you where you want to go.