Little City's Invitational Golf TournamentJoin us for our 50th Anniversary Golf Tournament. Register here
Little City Artists featured at IntuitBeyond Influence: The Art of Little City exhibit runs May 10 through Aug. 31 at Intuit. Learn more.
PFG Golf OutingJoin Little City's Parent, Family & Guardian Group at the Ted Ardnt Memorial Golf Outing. Register now!
Little City Blog: News Around the CityStay up to date with the latest happenings around Little City! Read more.
Little City's Power BlendA delicious Papa Nicholas coffee for you to enjoy. Learn more.
Daily Herald- Disabled woman's smartphone reveals glitch for all of usFebruary 19, 2013
Today's Chicago Woman- Little City GalaFebruary, 2013
Daily Herald- Little City buoyed by $1 million giftFebruary 3, 2013
Daily Herald- Editorial: Need grows for suburban group homesJanuary 3, 2013
Daily Herald- Little City group home a flurry of activityDecember 30, 2012
Daily Herald- Understanding Group HomesDecember 30, 2012
Artists from Little City Featured at Intuit—Exclusive Outsider Art Museum April 25, 2013Little City Hosts First-Ever Poker Tournament & Casino NightFebruary 26, 2013John and Becky Duffey Make $1 Million Leadership Gift to Little City to Advance Quality of Life for Children with AutismJanuary 15, 2013
Little City Honors Motorola Solutions Foundation for Dedication to Employment of Individuals with DisabilitiesNovember 6, 2012Little City Artists Spotlighted at Prestigious Rockford Art Museum until JanuaryOctober 18, 2012
May 10- Aug. 31, 2013 | Intuit Art Exhibit
June 2, 2013 | Little City's PFG Group Ted Arndt Memorial Golf Outing
June, 17, 2013 | 50th Golden Anniversary Little City Invitational Golf Tournament
Little City engages and supports individuals, families and communities to ensure that children and adults with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities can realize their unique potential to live safely, learn continuously, explore creatively and work productively throughout their lifetimes. More >>
Donate online, honor a loved one, purchase goods from Little City. There are numerous ways to support the children and adults at Little City. Learn more >>
“It makes me feel good when the children are receptive to my help and support. I hope to continue building relationships with the participants here at Little City."
Marcos Cantu has been with Little City as a Life Skills Instructor for just under a year. Throughout his time here his presence has been remarkable. Marcos serves as a floater, which gives him the opportunity to work in all the children’s group homes on campus. As a Life Skills Instructor, Marcos teaches individuals daily living skills such as cooking, cleaning, organization and more. He also works with individuals on a 1:1 basis, engaging children in activities. Marcos enjoys helping children improve their verbal skills and has even taught an individual who is nonverbal how to say his name. He likes that he is able to interact and build meaningful relationships with the individuals at Little City. Previously, Marcos worked as a DSP in Streamwood.
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