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Inclusion Solutions
2000 Greenleaf St, Evanston, IL 60202
Inclusion Solutions offers various products and services for businesses to become more accessible for disabledMore individuals. This company offers ramps, signage, reference guides, bell alert systems and other products. Installation and training services are also available.
Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation
303 Dodge Ave, Evanston, IL 60202
Jewish Reconstruction Congregation (JRC) is an all-inclusive group. Its congregation has members from 500 households andMore welcomes people of all races, sexual orientations and even faiths. Its current congregation includes observant and non-observant Jews, interfaith families, believers and non-believers, all in the spirit of inclusiveness. JRC offers educational for services to children of all ages and adults. The group's state-of-the-art building features a library that includes books, periodicals and digital media.
Roycemore School
640 Lincoln St, Evanston, IL 60201
The exterior of the Roycemore School is beautiful. Vast, with a number of buildings, the campus evokes a large andMore sprawling English country manor or a small college. Arched windows and murals support the school's inclusion on the rolls of the National Register of Historic Places. The school prides itself on both its rich history and the lives its students go on to lead. The private school bills itself as one of Evanston's leading college prep academies.
School for Little Children
1427 Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL 60201

The School for Little Children (SLC) has been an Evanston institution for more than 75 years and is clearly theMore A-list of local parents' preschool picks...so much so that there's always a waiting list and not enough room for everyone who wants to enroll. Located within the sprawling campus of the prominent First Presbyterian Church of Evanston but an independent organization from the church, SLC prides itself in welcoming all families with an emphasis on disability inclusion (SLC will provide aides and professional support as needed). Classes for ages 2-5 are grouped by age in the mornings (which is the most difficult to secure enrollment, so be patient) and in mixed-age groups in the afternoon. The School runs a very popular beach camp in the summer and also offers parent-tot and music classes. 

Seasoned and extremely personable Executive Director Carol Teske -- herself a former SLC parent -- is in her eighth year in charge and 18th year with the organization. SLC is proud to enjoy generations of students among its alumni.

SLC is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and the National Academy of Early Childhood Program.