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AMASE Northwestern
AMASE Northwestern works to enrich the lives of students with special needs through weekly music and art lessons, and to promote greater awareness about neurodiversity and language inclusivity.

FRAXA Research Foundation
FRAXA is a nonprofit organization based in Massachusetts, working to find a cure for fragile X. FRAXA has funded over $27 million in biomedical research aiming to improve the lives of individuals and families dealing with fragile X.

Chicago-based Keshet serves over a thousand individuals with disabilities, from its core programs for children and adults with intellectual challenges, to its international consulting work.

Kids Can Do Children’s Therapy Center
Kids Can Do is an outpatient center specializing in pediatric occupational, physical, and speech/language therapy. Kids Can Do treats Greater Chicago-area children of all ages, from infants to adolescents transitioning into adulthood.

Misericordia is a nonprofit currently serving more than 600 children and adults through a spectrum of residential options on its 31-acre Chicago campus and in the community, with a wide variety of programs.

The Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association [NSSRA] provides and facilitates year-round recreation programs and services for children, teens, and adults with disabilities who live in partner communities; NSSRA is an extension of ten park districts, two cities, and one village in Chicago’s northern suburbs.

National Fragile X Foundation
The National Fragile X Foundation serves all people living with fragile X, with an emphasis on community, awareness, and research in the pursuit of treatments and a cure.

University of Iowa Center for Disabilities and Development
The Center for Disabilities and Development at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital works to improve the health and independence of people with disabilities, and to help create a life with opportunities for everyone.