Services and Resources for People With Disabilities

In the City's 2017 community survey, 10% of households reported having someone in the household having a disability as recognized by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The City acknowledges the unique needs of people with disabilities living in, working in or visiting Naperville and wants to help connect you with information about available resources to fill these needs. This is not intended to be an all-inclusive listing of all services and the City does not recommend any one service. The information, services offered and qualifications for those services may change at any time. Agencies and organizations may have eligibility criteria that must be met in order to receive certain services, for example: geographic location, age, income guidelines, type of disability or other criteria.

Please note that by making this information available it does not constitute any endorsements by the City of Naperville, its officers, or employees, or members of the Accessible Community Task Force or the Advisory Commission on Disabilities of the linked web sites, or the information, products or services contained therein. Neither the City of Naperville, the Accessible Community Task Force or the Advisory Commission on Disabilities exercise editorial control over the information you may find at these locations. All links are provided and are intended solely for informational purposes and are not to be construed, under any circumstances, by implication or otherwise, as an endorsement. (View full disclaimer.)

Did you know?

In the City's 2017 community survey

10 percent
of households reported having a resident with a disability recognized by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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