Greater Chicagoland Developmental Differences Resource Fair
Sunday, February 9, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (CST)
The 3rd Annual Fair dedicated to providing Chicago families school options, service providers, and nonprofits in one place that focus on serving parents of children with developmental differences. Categories of needs include, but are not limited to, developmental delays (i.e., speech, motor skills), sensory processing disorder, autism, ADD/ADHD, PDD-NOS, mixed receptive-expressive language disorder, Down Syndrome, and physical disabilities. The event is geared toward families with children ages infant through 8th grade.
- WHERE: Gordon Tech High School - GYMNASIUM - 3633 N California Ave, Chicago, IL
- WHEN: Sunday, Feb. 9th, 10am - 2pm
- WHO: Open to the public. Free admission. RSVP below to expedite your check in process.
- PARKING: Gordon Tech High School Parking lot and neighborhood parking options.
- EXHIBITOR LIST: Access the 2014 DDRF Exhbitor List HERE. Please be sure to check back frequently.
NOTE: We recommend, whenever possible, to make this an adult-only event. This convention style event and workshops are not ideal for children.
PLUS… Join us for any of our FREE event workshops (each session is limited to the 1st 50 attendees).
**PARENT RSVP - PLEASE SCROLL TO BOTTOM**
EVENT WILL BE HOSTED IN SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
This event is generously sponsored by: Norhtwestern Mutual, Garofalo Law Group, Chicago Parent, Gordon Tech, LEEP Forward, The Sensory Kids Store, Tuesday's Child, Constructive Playthings
When & Where
Bellybum Boutique & The Sensory Kids Stores
Bellybum & The Sensory Kids™ Stores are a unique celebration of parents & children. Good for you, good for your children, good for the earth...
Owned by a mother of three, eco-minded Bellybum Boutique has one of the largest selections of cloth diapers in Chicago, along with organic and designer merchandise for babies and moms. Bellybum's sister store, Sensory Kids, is dedicated to making it easy and fun for parents and their kids with developmental differences, to shop for all the sensory, developmental, therapeutic & adaptive toys, clothing & aids they need in an inclusive, 'typical' retail environment. Finding what you need should be the easy!