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illinois center for autism | Fairview Heights, IL
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ICA has an opening for a full time RN to coordinate the provision of medical services to students and adult clients with autism. Minimum requirements include current state licensure, experience with children or adults with special needs, and ability to supervise and direct other staff. Starting pay is $30.47 per hour.

  • Monday through Friday
  • No evenings or weekends


Special Education Teacher

Minimum Requirements include LBS 1 license issued by the State of Illinois. Minimum starting Salary is $47,005 annually with experience and education recognized. 


Teacher’s Aide

Minimum Requirements include 60 semester college credit hours or an Illinois Paraprofessional Education  License.  Starting pay $13.92 to $16.03 per hour based on education. 

Benefits Include:

  • Paid specialized training
  • Sponsored Employer Medical Insurance
  • 100% Employer Paid Dental & Vision
  • 403b Retirement Saving Plan

Please apply at:

Illinois Center for Autism

548 S. Ruby Lane

Fairview Heights IL 62208

PH: (618) 398-7500 ext 238



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About illinois center for autism

The Illinois Center for Autism provides Music Therapy for every child in the Day School Program. Board Certified Music Therapists create a non-threatening environment, which allows all students to learn through music. Students are encouraged to explore a wide variety of instruments. Therapists emphasize appropriate group behavior and success for every student. The Art Therapy counseling program is a new addition to the curriculum at ICA. Its main purpose is to foster the students self-esteem by offering them the opportunity to receive a sense of pride and satisfaction for their accomplishments. Sharing the artwork with others and displaying it throughout the building not only helps to reinforce the growth of a positive self-concept, but also eliminates the student's anonymity, allowing him/her the opportunity to express individualism within the artwork. Physical Education is an integral part of each student's program. A physical education instructor combines the principles of adaptive physical education and occupational/physical therapy to create individualized instruction for each child. In 1995, the Illinois Center for Autism (ICA) entered into a public/private partnership with Region I Special Education Cooperative to create a less restrictive program for some of the Region I's students with autism.