Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 655
3504 Commercial Avenue Northbrook IL 60062 USA
Glenkirk provides quality, lifetime supports and services that empower individuals with intellectual disabilities to participate fully in all areas of community life. Glenkirk advocates for and provides supports and services based on the principles of informed choice, personal dignity, responsibility and individualization, thereby enhancing the quality of life for all whom glenkirk serves.
Glenkirk residential services offer individuals an array of supports to live in the community as independently as possible. Services take place in a variety of residential settings - from the family home to small, group living arrangements to semi-independent settings.
glenkirk day services offer individuals a broad menu of daytime services and supports focused on their personal needs and interests. Options include continuing education programs, seniors programs, service facilitation, as well as paid work opportunities and life skills training.
glenkirk vocational services offer individuals employment opportunities at opportunity secure data destruction (osdd), glenkirk's vocational training program. Osdd is a customer service based secure document shredding business that enables individuals to earn a fair wage and be employed full time.
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Glenkirk is a great organization with an amazing approach to working with their residents who they insist on referring to as "consumers". Over the years they have developed innovative ways to work with the system and the communities their homes are located in to find ways to make those living in their homes truly happy in their day-to-day lives.
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