Illinois ADHD Directory of Schools and Educational Facilities

The following is a compiled Listing Provider Directory of Illinois ADHD Education Professionals, Teachers, Schools, Tutors, 

Educational Facilities, Classes, Programs, Educational Organizations and Groups who may be of help with ADHD and ADD.

These listings are compiled by city alphabetically.  Page 1 of 1.


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Shannon Kline, MA
Office for Disability Services
Lincoln College
300 Keokuk
Lincoln, IL  62656
Phone: (217) 732-3155
Fax:(217) 735-4902
Profession: Director of the Disabilities Office at Lincoln College
Orientation: Academic Program based on Coaching Model for ADHD.
Academic support program: Students are individually assigned an Academic Coach.

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Karen  Rappaport

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
Deerfield Learning Center
405 Lake Cook Rd., Stuie 207
Deerfield, IL.  60015
Phone: (847) 412-1841
Fax: (847) 412-1842
Profession: Educator
Orientation: Education Specialist, 

Products and Services, 

La Grange

Kathryn Fouks,

Principal/Clinical Director             
Acacia Academy

& The Achievement Centers, Inc.
"Nurturing Minds, Enriching Lives and Building Self Esteem in Chicagoland for over 35 years"
6424 South Willow Springs Road
La Grange, IL 60525
Phone (708) 579-9040
Fax (708) 579-5872
Profession: Accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools/AdvancED/CASI and approved by the Illinois State Board of Education
for Out-of-District placement.
Orientation: Certified and Licensed for: Elementary Education, High School Content Areas, ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Emotional and Behavior Disabilities, Administration, School Psychology, Clinical Diagnosis/Test and Measurements, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language PathologyKathryn Folks, Administrator


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Brehm School

”Brehm has more than twenty-five years of experience in learning disabilities education.”
1245 E. Grand Avenue
Carbondale, IL 62901
Phone: 618.457.0371
Fax: 618.529.1248
Brehm delivers a unique holistic educational program, on an 80-acre campus fulfilling the academic, social, and emotional needs of each student  grades 6 thru 12.  Providing cooperative family style environment where students discover that they share learning differences.
Day Tuition is designed for local day students. It includes an individualized educational plan, lunch in the dining hall, required textbooks, speech and language therapy, an assigned Apple laptop with bundled latest assistive software, medical and clinical support, tutoring, some social skills training and activities transportation.
Boarding Tuition is designed to be primarily all-inclusive for boarding students. It includes an individualized educational plan, residential living, a healthy breakfast L
unch and dinner.


La Grange

The Achievement Centers Inc.
“Nurturing Minds, Enriching Lives and Building Self Esteem in Chicagoland for over 35 years"
6425 South Willow Springs Rd,
La Grange Highlands, IL 60525
Phone:  (708) 579-9040
Fax: (708) 579-5872
Diagnostic Services & Tutorial Clinic
Academic Testing Psychoeducational Evaluations
Psychoeducational Projective Testing
Speech & Language Evaluations
ADHD Assessments and ADHD Educational Services
Diagnostic Services & Tutorial Clinic Academic Testing,Psychoeducational Evaluations
Psychoeducational Projective Testing Speech & Language Evaluations


Dora Wolfe, Psy.D.

Dr. Wolfe's Montessori School
Preschool, Kindergarten, & Elementary 1st-3rd Grade
20130 S. Rosewood Dr.
Frankfort, IL.  60423
(at the corner of Spruce and Rosewood Dr.)
Phone: (815) 531-7655
Profession: AMS Certified Montessori Teacher.
Education, Children's Education, Preschools
Partial Day and Full Day programs, Elementary Program and Summer Program

The Primary environment in our classroom offers an integrated and developmentally based approach to educating the whole child:
Practical life — Gardening, cooking, self care, care of the environment including plants and animals, grace and courtesy, and the development of coordination of movement.
Sensorial exercises — Gradations of color, dimension, and sound, tactile impressions, comparisons of smell and taste, geography, and geometry.
Language development — Self-expression, writing, and reading.
Music and movement — Songs, finger plays, music appreciation.
Art — Creative expression, taught via individual and group projects.
Mathematics and Spanish