Marklund’s Adult Community Day Services program is offered at each of Marklund’s sites.

Community Day Services creates individualized programming for adults with physical and medical disabilities who are over the age of 18. Our goal is to empower our residents and community clients to achieve their highest personal potential.  Each person has his or her own individual plan and works on goals each day. Therapy is also an important part of the day, and in the CDS classrooms, our residents and community clients work on refining social skills, self-awareness, how to act in different situations, as well as skills they need in everyday life, such as working with money.

Programs includes:  activities of daily living, pre-vocational and vocational skills training, communication development, physical & occupational therapy, speech & language therapy, music therapy, snoezelen/sensory therapy, recreational therapy with adapted sports leagues, leisure activities, aquatic therapy in our on-site pool (Geneva and Elgin only), and more.

We also offer a wide range of community outings. Each person selects at least two outings per month to attend.

Staff ensures that the residents and community clients receive a well-rounded host of experiences that afford them optimum growth opportunities.

In the classroom, staff includes a developmental instructor, developmental trainers and Therapeutic Activity Aides. Staff nurses are on-site to address medical needs.



1S450 Wyatt Drive
Geneva, Illinois 60134
Phone 630.593.5500
Fax 630.593.5501

Residential Component: This Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) has six 16-bed residential homes for adults with severe and profound developmental disabilities, and offers a comprehensive active treatment program which provides for the intensive medical, social, emotional and physical needs of our residents.

Visiting hours: 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Administrative Offices & DT Program: Located within the Marklund Hyde Center building.