AID Telethon Team - March 15th, Holly Deitchman 


March 15th our team of Batavia Rotarians took places at the phones seeking pledges for A.I.D.

Not pictured Bob Hubbard.



AID helps to empower individuals with disabilities, mental illness and special needs to

achieve independence and community inclusion.

For 52 years the Association for Individual Development (AID) has provided services to individuals

who have developmental, physical and/or mental disabilities, those who have suffered a trauma or

those at risk.

All clients have access to vital, life enriching services including: early intervention; developmental

therapy; autism programs; audiology; respite care; permanent, affordable housing; developmental

and vocational training; job placement and on-the-job coaching services; crisis intervention;

victims services; mental health treatment; health and wellness; behavioral intervention; community

education and advocacy.

In fiscal year 2013 AID served 4,681 clients in 20 programs. Operating in 45 communities in

northern Illinois, AID is a leading provider of services that address the unique needs of individuals

throughout every stage of their lives. A person-centered approach coupled with innovative

practices ensures the highest level of accomplishment.