ADOPT Employer Partnership Form

Are you a Disability-Friendly Employer looking to partner with an organization that can connect you with employees? Click on the button below to learn more about tis partnersip!

“I think the work of ADOPT in raising awareness and outreach is so important… And we are being divided by being different. And so we framed immigration as an issue of exclusion. People are excluded
because they don’t have the immigrant status. People are excluded because they have disabilities. People are excluded because their work is not considered as work…

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Jerry Clarito

Alliance of Filipinos for Immigrant Rights and Empowerment

About ADOPT

Learn more about what ADOPT is and how it can be used to help those with disabilities.

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Toolkit

The toolkit is designed to help VR professionals and staff understand the needs, challenges, and opportunities to improve access for and participation of AAWDs.

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Resources

Explore directories, VR fact sheets, VR providers, and maps.

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Community

Learn more about the community engagements and events.

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Accessible Neighborhoods

Discover what neighborhoods are accessible to the disabled and how your business may become accessible.

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Press

Stay up to date with the latest news happening with ADOPT.

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Success Stories 

National Disability Employment

Awareness Month Quang

Quang has been working at Walgreens as a Service Clerk and talks about what it means to him to have a job. This video was created by Triangle’s Ablevision.

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Podcast Interview with

Dr. Rooshey Hasnain

Rooshey Hasnain

 

By Alice Wong, Founder and Director,

Disability Visibility Project®

“I think what [ADOPT’s work] did to our community is normalize what we talk about on disability.”

Kaoru W

Cambodian Association of Illinois

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Support Us

You can support ADOPT in many different ways:
  • Become a volunteer.
  • Make an in-kind donation.
  • Make a financial donation of any amount.
  •  For more information about donating to Asians with Disabilities Outreach Project Think-Tank (ADOPT), please contact:
    Keenan Cutsforth
    Assistant Dean for Advancement
    College of Applied Health Sciences
    University of Illinois at Chicago
    808 South Wood Street
    CMET, Suite 167, MC 518
    Chicago, IL 60612