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LARC has been selected for the myWalgreens donation program. You can donate a portion of your myWalgreens cash rewards to LARC now thru Feb 28! Just download the myWalgreens app, and follow the link to donate your rewards. You must have one of the SW area Walgreens selected as your store, or LARC will not be shown. For more info, visit walgreens.com/mywalgreens or call (708) 474-1540.
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LARC is a private, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3), community-service organization that serves individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, ensuring they can live a quality and engaging life by participating as contributing members of their community.
Originally formed in 1956, as a school for children with developmental disabilities (The Lansing School of Special Education), LARC has grown to provide services and supports to approximately 100 individuals across the Chicagoland Area. Supports include service facilitation, community day services, choice-driven classroom & recreational activities, job training & placement, and community-integrated living arrangements for 44 individuals in single-family group homes throughout the community.
LARC's Mission Statement:
LARC paves pathways through individualized supports and services so people with intellectual and developmental disabilities can experience a self-directed lifestyle.
LARC's Vision Statement:
LARC envisions an inclusive society that embraces the individuality of each person with intellectual and developmental disabilities.