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Child and Family Connections Service Coordinator:

Qualifications:  The service coordinator position requires a bachelor’s degree in a human service field.

Essential functions:  This position conducts intakes, completes initial and annual eligibility determinations, develops the Individualized Family Service Plan, links families to needed service providers, monitors services, and facilitates transition to Early Childhood Education or other services if needed.

Location:  Hillside Illinois.

Individual Service Coordinator:  ISSA

Qualifications:  The Individual Service Coordinator position requires a bachelor’s degree in a human service field and one year of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities.

Essential functions:  This position determine individuals eligible for services annually, completes the discovery tool necessary to develop the Person Centered Plan.  Completes required visits to ensure health and safety of the individual, and to ensure services are being implemented.

Bilingual staff needed.

Location:  Hillside, Illinois & Homewood, Illinois

Individual Service Coordinator:  PAS/50

Qualifications:  The Individual Service Coordinator position requires a bachelor’s degree in a human service field and one year of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities.

 Essential functions:  This position completes initial eligibility determinations for services, completes the discovery tool necessary to develop the Person Centered Plan, introduces and links individuals to potential service providers, and secures the necessary funding for services through the Division of Developmental Disabilities.

Location:  Hillside, Il. and Homewood, Il.

who
we are

Suburban Access, Inc. is an independent service coordination and advocacy agency that links children and adults who have disabilities with life-enhancing services, relevant programs and experiences, and personal supports to empower them to live life WITHOUT LIMITS.

We strive to emphasize the worth, interests, and abilities of persons who have developmental disabilities and to advance their independence, productivity, and integration in their communities.

Since 1989, families have turned to Suburban Access to inspire their loved ones to realize their potentials in settings that break down barriers and remove stereotypes.

Suburban Access, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c) 3 corporation that is guided by a volunteer board of directors. The Illinois Department of Human Services is the primary source of our funding.

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