The Assistive Technology Project assists individuals with disabilities in Illinois in obtaining assistive technology (AT) devices and services to increase, maintain and/or improve their functional capabilities.
The goal of the Illinois ADA Project is to educate, enrich, and enlighten the people, businesses, and organizations of Illinois regarding the ADA.
The Latinos with Disabilities Advocacy Project provides legal services for disability-related issues to Illinois' Hispanic/Latino community. All legal services are provided by bilingual staff.
The Ticket to Work Project assists individuals with disabilities in Illinois who receive Social Security benefits with information and advice regarding vocational rehabilitation and employment services, as well as provides advocacy or other services that beneficiaries with disabilities may need to secure, regain, or retain employment.
The Training Institute on Disability Rights works to empower people with disabilities and their family members to become more effective advocates for themselves in everyday life.
Equip for Equality's Transportation Rights Project provides information about the legal rights of people with all types of disabilities when using many types of transportation
The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Project promotes the rights of people with traumatic brain injury through free advocacy assistance, education and outreach to build TBI community rights awareness and support.
The central focus of the Voting Rights Project is eliminating barriers to voting, including barriers to privacy and independence in voting.