1740 W McDonough Street, Joliet, IL 60436

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Organizations Filed Purposes: Service of Will, Grundy & Kankakee Counties was formed in 1989 to provide screening, assessment, evaluation, service planning, referral, linkage, follow-up, & related services to individuals with developmental disabilities and/or developmental delays in Will, Grundy, Kankakee and La Salle Counties (early intervention only in La Salle County).

Provide evaluations, referrals, follow-up & services to individuals with developmental disabilities.

Child & Family Connections also called Early Intervention or 0-3 Services provides eligibility screenings for infants & toddlers where families suspect or know that their child might have a developmental delay or disability. If eligible, CFC provides the family with an evaluation by therapists including but not limited to Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy & Child Development Specialist to determine what services the child & his/her family will need. The IFSP is a coordinated plan involving all of the therapists in development & services are nearly always provided in the home focused on both the child & the whole family's participation. When the child is 2-1/2, service coordinators begin the process of transition with the family of the child to special education or any other needed services.

Individual Service & Support Advocacy, Purchase of Care 50DD, provides each child & adult being served in any Medicaid Waiver developmental disabilities program with independent service coordination. Included are at least four face to face visits annually with each individual at their home, school, workplace, day program & participation as an advocate in their annual individual service plan which must be signed off by the individual, parent &/or guardian & the independent service coordinator. Service coordinators are available to assist in emergencies or whenever the individual needs help, wishes to move somewhere else, is hospitalized or discharged or any other life disruption. Service coordinators work closely with providers, the Office of State Guardian, Inspector General, State DD staff & a wide range of community based services to assure the individual is receiving the services they need & that their rights are known to them & being respected.

PASARR/DD or Preadmission Screening provides intake, information & referral services as well as the federally & State mandated preadmission screening to all persons with a developmental disability who are seeking services in any Medicaid funded service or facility. The program includes assistance in determining needed services, help in finding suitable services & supports from which choices can be made, arranging & assisting with funding for & entry into these services, enrolling adults in the State Prioritization Unmet Needs Survey (Waiting List), assisting with appeals when services are withheld, psychological evaluations, placement out of institutional settings & a 24/7 emergency hotline.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Frank DibartolomeoChief Executive Officer45$153,255
Michael HareDirector0.5$0
Susan BebarDirector0.5$0
Claudia AlbertsenDirector0.5$0
Laurie JerueSecretary1$0
Dan CoffeyTreasurer1$0
Julie M PrimozicVice President0.5$0
Marilyn EngnellPresident1$0

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