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Promoting Self-Advocacy Through Reviews for Change Workshop

Workshop facilitator, Sarah Armour, assisting Ignite’s Erich

JJslist.com offers FREE Reviews for Change Workshops to agencies and organizations interested in teaching clients with disabilities a new way to self-advocate.

Reviews for Change Workshops, lead by Sarah Armour, Business Assistant at JJslist.com, teach individuals with disabilities how…

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Who’s Who at No Boundaries

EXTRA, Extra, read all about it!  We have No Boundaries – and we’re going to shout it!  

Courtesy of www.socialnorms.org

Here at No Boundaries we help people with disabilities gain more independence by preparing for employment. Our motto, “train for work, train for life,” means the…

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No Boundaries Visits the Visual Comfort Group Warehouse

No Boundaries Participants Matt R and Abby S with Visual Comfort President Joe Higgins

Our No Boundaries team visited and toured the Visual Comfort Group Warehouse in Skokie in February.  The Warehouse Manager, Scott Christman, gave us a tour of their warehouse and the President, Joe…

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Equal Access Online Tool Connects People With Disabilities To Jobs

By Pat Maher, Director, Civic Engagement, SPR

Many great organizations, municipalities and companies have committed to improving work and career opportunities for people with disabilities…and yet? The objective truth is that from a participation and employment perspective we haven’t even nudged the needle since statistics have…

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New Addition to No Boundaries!

Jenny Higgins, No Boundaries Trainer

Welcome Jenny!

We are thrilled to introduce Jenny Higgins as the new No Boundaries Trainer.

No Boundaries, Train for Work/Train for Life is a unique program for teens and adults with disabilities that focuses on building and reinforcing skills necessary for independence and employment… Read More >

 

From “Earth Child” to the Internet Age: 50 Years of Search

In 2018, Search, Inc. celebrates 50 years of service to individuals with disabilities, their families and the broader community. 

Search got its start in 1968 as a grassroots movement of parents in the Cabrini Green neighborhood of Chicago advocating for the inclusion of their children into…

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Foundation Funded Trainings Experience Success

The Disability Awareness Players had another record-breaking year in Fiscal Year 2017!

JJsList.com Disability Awareness Players at Lincoln Elementary School in Highland Park

Overall 40+ Disability Awareness Trainings were provided to over 2,600 people in the most recent year. A recent grant from the Reva & David…

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What Are Reviews for Change Workshops?

Hi! I’m Sarah, and I am the Trainer for JJsList.com Reviews for Change Workshops.

What are Reviews for Change Workshops?  Well, JJsList.com is a great way for the people with disabilities to have a voice in the community!   But to have a voice, you have to…

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No Boundaries Participants Knock It Out of the Park!

We are proud to announce that two of our No Boundaries participants secured competitive employment in their fields of interest! Both individuals have been working diligently to build their skills during the spring No Boundaries session.

Our Evanston-based office is a bustling center of activity with…

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Disability Awareness Training at Toad & Co. in Santa Barbara

 

The JJsList.com Disability Awareness Players are always seeking ways to break through barriers and push our own expectations further than ever!

 

On Monday, May 16th, we went even further!  Toad & Co., based in Santa Barbara, California, recruited the team to travel out west for a…

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