Hollister Incorporated is an independently owned company that develops, manufactures, and markets healthcare products and services for ostomy care, continence care, critical care, and wound care. Hollister Incorporated is committed to making life more rewarding and dignified for people who use the company’s products and services. To learn more, visit Hollister.com
CAP helps people with disabilities receive quality services by advocating for their interests and helping them identify resources, understand procedures, resolve problems, and protect their rights in the rehabilitation process.
Child & Family Connections #16 (CFC) is the State of Illinois Early Intervention Program in Champaign, Ford, Iroquois, Livingston, McLean and Vermilion Counties. Early Intervention (EI) services are for families who have children ages birth to 3 with disabilities and/or risk of developmental delay, or who have a qualifying medical condition. Services may include therapies
Champaign Counseling focuses on promoting peace from within through a comprehensive strength-based approach to mental health, and offers a supportive environment to help you realize your abilities. The organization helps individuals, couples, and families manage life challenges related to diagnoses like autism, learning disabilities, depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. Specialists can help with: • School
Sled hockey is an adaptive sport for participants with a physical disability or limitation which prevents the player from being able to play stand up hockey. No experience is necessary. Open to all ages, youth & adult. No cost to the family to participate.
This group provides support for amputees, their family members, friends and care givers. The goal is to provide peer support, interaction and encouragement to all touched by limb loss. Meets 2nd Wednesday of every month, 6:00 p.m., Rehab Activity Room, 3rd floor Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine Unit, Carle Foundation Hospital, 611 W. Park St., Urbana.
The Center on Health, Aging, and Disability provides leadership in interdisciplinary research and engagement to support health and well-being across the lifespan, livable communities, and optimal living with disabilities. The center works to promote discoveries addressing critical health and societal issues and facilitate collaboration between campus researchers and external partners.
Carle is certified as a Recognized Education Program by the American Diabetes Association. We offer interactive group classes, plus a consultation with the diabetes nurse educator and dietitian. In these sessions, an individualized nutrition plan and diabetes treatment plan is developed for each person. Carle also offers monthly Diabetes Support Group meetings in Champaign and