Discover past program videos, handouts & resources.
Learn how to integrate best practices for effectively engaging individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities through virtual programming.LEARN MORE
Join your CCAC friends for a special program with Sara Hendren, author of the new book What Can a Body Do? Hendren’s work explores the intersection of our physical abilities and the built environment. Close out 2020 with us by taking a step back to explore the nuances and opportunities inherent in the accessibility work we are all doing and reflect on how we can better serve our communities in 2021 and beyond. This program will feature remarks by the author followed by time for questions and discussion.LEARN MORE
Anti-racism and disability inclusion is all of our responsibility. Join us for an interactive conversation to begin exploring how access is linked to anti-racism and needed in all cultural spaces. No prior experience or knowledge is required, but a commitment to watching a required video and being ready to actively participate in small group discussion is expected.LEARN MORE
One in four people in America live with a disability, with “invisible” or “hidden” disabilities making up a large fraction of this population. People with invisible disabilities by definition may experience conditions that are not visible from the outside but that still affect their movements, senses, or actions. Please join us for an honest and informal discussion about invisible disabilities in a safe space.LEARN MORE
In this “Ask Me Anything” Lunch and Learn, join current members of the CCAC Steering Committee to delve into the responsibilities of the Consortium. If you or someone you know in the Chicagoland area is interested in being involved on a leadership level with CCAC, then this is a great opportunity to ask questions and learn more about what the expectations are.LEARN MORE