Enrollment in the Coleridge Adult Day Program begins with a phone call. Esperanza staff will help you obtain a referral from a state-licensed case management agency stating that your loved one requires placement in a day program.
Esperanza staff will then meet with the individual to assess his or her needs and determine whether placement in the Coleridge program would be beneficial. The individual and parent/guardian are given a tour of our facilities and receive an overview of our services.
Once the decision is made to enroll in the Coleridge program, the participant is provided with a Qualified Support Professional (QSP). Participants must be 21 years of age, have a developmental disability and meet the medical, behavioral and staffing admission criteria required for the program.
The service area of the Coleridge Adult Day Program is bordered by Diversey Avenue to north, 67th Street to the south, and Cicero Avenue to the west. The program is accredited by the Illinois Department of Human Services and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).