Listed are agencies, organizations and community resources. Check with the post-stroke rehabilitation team about additional sources for assistance and support.
Local library, hospital, senior/community center, health departments and support groups can also help locate needed resources.
Partners with not for profits and government organizations to connect people and organizations to community services, disaster relief services, and volunteer opportunities.
Dial 211 or www.211.org
Provides a walk-through of discounts and special offers for individuals with disabilities.
City of Chicago
Senior services and centers throughout Chicago provide: legal, counseling, caregivers assistance, respite, and disability ride free cards.
IL senior helpline for people with disabilities & for seniors over age 60 resources for medical, prescription, home maker services & transportation.
Services for IL seniors who need nursing or home health care.
For 25 years, has been the organization for policy solutions that promote health and economic security.
Federal health care plans and prescription coverage.
Information on social security and disability benefits, applications and appeals.
IL healthcare programs for the disabled.
Medical and prescription programs, health benefits.
Assist people having trouble affording their medications.
Directory of adult day care centers.
Resource for Medicare certified home care agencies and nurses.
Help in finding senior and assisted living.
Disabilities tax relief.
Disabilities guidebook & State disabled person identification card.
Dental health care for low income residents.
Illinois person with a disability identification card application.
A practical guide on how to get a service dog.
Access Living is a leading force in the disability community: They challenge stereotypes, protect civil rights, and champion social reforms. Located in Chicago, they have a long history of doing what it takes to make sure people with disabilities can live the lives they choose.
Stroke Survivors Empowering Each Other
To provide advocacy, support, education and resources to stroke survivors and their families.
501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
P.O. Box 855 Lombard, IL 60148
(888) 988 - 8047
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