CAP was created in 2009 to address the needs of adults that are on the autism spectrum. The day program provides a highly structured schedule with opportunities for community-based employment experiences and recreational activities. Clinical services are offered to participants of CAP including occupational, speech and behavioral therapies. Staff members have received specialized training to work with individuals on the autism spectrum. Clients are welcome to use the computer learning center and video learning center – both are equipped with assistive and adaptive technology to make the engagement as beneficial as possible. A variety of programs are offered within CAP, including art (which uses art as a medium for self-expression), recycling, gardening and fitness. Each client has an individualized schedule and goals within the program. Program Highlights
Staff Positions and Primary Responsibilities
Program Coordinator - Oversees program planning and directly supervises CAP management staff.Program Manager - Responsible for the day-to-day operations of CAP.Autism Specialist - Direct care staff person that works directly with the program clients.Where is the program located?Clearbrook Autism Program - Rolling Meadows3201 W. CampbellRolling Meadows, IL 60008(West Entrance, Lower Level)Clearbrook Autism Program - North Shore1935 Techny Road; Unit 15Northbrook, IL 60062What are the age requirements to participate in the program?Participation is open to individuals with autism or autism spectrum disorder 18 years of age and older. Contact InformationIf you would like more information about Clearbrook’s ACES Program, please contact David Boggs, Program Director at 847-310-9141 ext. 296 or email@example.com.
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