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Program areas at Little City
Children's group homes - provides 24 hour, highly specialized care for children in homes on Little City Foundation's campus in palatine, Illinois. The program offers treatment planning, case management, behavioral analysis and intervention, individual and group therapy, recreation, medical and psychiatric services. The goal of this program is to assist children and young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism, in the development of new skills and to increase their independence. Service units - 20,213 days of service
Vocational, employment and training services - assists adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to become productive, tax-paying members of society by earning money for meaningful work. Employment and training opportunities based on individual needs and capabilities are provided to Little City residents as well as individuals from the local community. The life enrichment program provides opportunities for adults with significant developmental disabilities to achieve their highest level of independence by helping them learn valuable life skills including personal hygiene, social skills, pre-employment skills and cooking. Service units - 5,298 days of service and 276,462 hours of service
Adult residential services - Little City Foundation provides a variety of living options that give adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to make choices and live a full and satisfying life. The program offers participants assistance in daily living, budgeting and community integration. The goal of the program is to provide opportunities for individuals to become as independent, healthy and as happy as possible. Service units - 49,185 days of service and 1,943 hours of service