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  • Glenkirk Day Programs offer individuals a broad menu of services and supports focused on their personal needs and interests. Options include life skills training, continuing education, community integration, seniors programs, as well as a variety of vocational skills training and employment opportunities.

  • Options in Employment
    The Glenkirk Options in Employment program provides vocational opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities to develop basic job skills, often while earning a paycheck. Jobs include collating, light assembly, shrink wrapping and fulfillment and janitorial work. In addition to honing work skills, individuals in this program engage in activities focusing on community awareness and integration, as well as daily living and social skills training. Behavioral services, including individual and group therapy, are also offered.

    Sudden Workforce
    The Glenkirk Sudden Workforce program is ideal for individuals who have mastered daily living and social skills, and desire paid-work that requires a greater level of quality, speed and accuracy. Individuals in this program are provided with opportunities to develop a wide-range of vocational skills as they prepare for community-based employment.

    Glenkirk Masters Program for Seniors
    Glenkirk Masters is an innovative program for seniors with intellectual disabilities. This program is ideal for individuals desiring opportunities to engage in stimulating and fun activities during their golden years. This program provides a relaxed environment for individuals, 55 and older, to maintain daily living skills, create arts and crafts projects, participate in a variety of therapies and take part in community integration activities.

    Glenkirk Career Makers
    Glenkirk Career Makers is an employment program that provides support to individuals with intellectual disabilities to obtain work in the community. Services include job training and job coaching, help with job searches, job-readiness skills training, and on-the-job support.

     

    For more information about Glenkirk programs and services, or to learn how you can get services contact us and get started.

    Contact Person: Brian Bentz

    3504 Commercial Avenue

    Northbrook, Illinois 60062

    Phone: 847-272-5111 ext. 546

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Glenkirk Day Programs offer individuals a broad menu of services and supports focused on their personal needs and interests. Options include life skills training, continuing education, community integration, seniors programs, as well as a variety of vocational skills training and employment opportunities.