Illinois Home Care Ombudsman Program

The Illinois Home Care Ombudsman Program advocates on behalf of individuals who are receiving services through the Home and Community-Based Waiver Services Program and the Medicare Medicaid Alignment Initiative. Please click here to view an informational video about The Illinois Home Care Ombudsman Program – recorded from the disABILITY Expo’s Third Thursday Resource Round-up event …

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WEFT Community Radio, Disability Beat

WEFT Community Radio is a volunteer-operated non-profit heard at 90.1 FM or online at weft.org/listen. Disability Beat airs weekly on Mondays at 5pm, and features news and interviews with people interested in community inclusion, social justice, accessibility and equal opportunity for people with all types of disabilities.


Are you sick? Not feeling well? OSF Urgo is urgent care for people on the go. If you or a family member are ill or have suffered a minor injury that does not pose an immediate threat to your health or life, OSF Urgo is likely the right choice instead of going to an emergency …

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OSF HealthCare–Stroke Survivors Support Group

OSF HealthCare Heart of Mary Medical Center offers the area’s only stroke survivors support group. We meet on the 1st Wednesday of each month at OSF Heart of Mary in Urbana. Stroke survivors, family members and caregivers are welcome to attend. Act FAST when you think you may be having a stroke.

OSF HealthCare–Rehabilitation Services

OSF HealthCare offers Rehabilitation Services that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of movement dysfunctions. These services are available in the inpatient and outpatient settings. Inpatient Rehabilitation at OSF HealthCare Heart of Mary Medical Center has a well-established 23-bed acute care unit located on the main campus in Urbana, IL. The unit is CARF …

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LEAP – Leaders in Employing All People

LEAP is a collaborative effort between Developmental Services Center (DSC) and Community Choices, to expand local employment opportunities for people with disabilities and to advance the Employment First Initiative, by offering education and resources to Champaign County employers. LEAP is funded by a grant through the Champaign County Developmental Disabilities Board.

IL ABLE, Office of the Illinois State Treasurer

Office of the Illinois State Treasurer’s ABLE Program (Achieving a Better Life Experience) allows individual with disabilities to save money without losing their SSI or SSDI benefits.

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