Blue Cap’s mission is to serve as a catalyst for children and adults with intellectual disabilities to be educated, have quality life experiences, be respected and be a valued member of their community.
Supports and Services
Blue Cap provides a variety of programs and services for persons with development disabilities. Our programs include both adult and youth services. Click below to learn more information about each of our programs offered.
Adult Day Services
Adult Day Services offers individualized support and education to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities, 18 years and older.
Developmental Training focuses on life skills and enrichment while participating in
meaningful day activities.
Vocational Training provides a supervised environment where people participate in completing contract work, participate in various volunteer opportunities in the community and learn social skills needed in work environments.
Supported Employment offers support to people who are interested in community job placement, while providing businesses with quality employees. Offers
work in contracted services as well.
Senior Program offers people the opportunity to retain their current life skills while embracing their golden years.
For more information about Developmental Training, Vocational Training, and Supported Employment, contact Carla Harris, Director of Adult Day Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residential offers a variety of supportive living arrangements in the community. People live in their
community with staff support for all aspects of daily living, caring for their
home, and interacting and participating in their community. Residential services basically supports life.
For more information about Residential, contact Marge Pyzik, Director of Residential, at email@example.com.
Home-Based Services offers
a facilitator to support families receiving services for children and adults
with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are living at home.
Service Facilitation includes case management services to assist individuals
and families in gaining access to needed Waiver and other Medicaid State Plan
services, medical, social, educational and other services. Service Facilitators are responsible for the
day-to-day oversight and administration of the service plan and for ensuring
the health, safety and welfare of the individual.
For more information about Home-Based Services, contact Lori Randle, Director of Home-Based Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
School Program is an Illinois State
Board of Education approved private school serving students with intellectual and
developmental disabilities ages 3 through 21 years of age. The Program supports
children who have multiple needs. Our
professional team assesses these needs for each individual student and builds a
curriculum to support their academic success.
Early Intervention is a records management and billing service which allows therapists the time to focus on providing the best therapy for children age birth to 3.
For information about Youth Services, contact Sean Lambert, Assistant Director of Instructional Center, at email@example.com.