What's In A Name?
Ray Graham Association is named in honor of the late Ray Graham, an innovator and pioneer in advocating for people with disabilities in Illinois.
We acknowledge each person’s life story and recognize that each person has different passions and priorities.
Reach, Grow & Achieve
With nearly 40 locations throughout DuPage County and the surrounding counties, we offer innovative and customized services so people can reach, grow, and achieve.
Unique settings that maximize independence, ensure personal care and safety, and encourage socialization.
Life Skills Services
Customized services so people can develop skills and enjoy a day that is meaningful to them.
Partnering with employers and providing supports so people with disabilities can find the right job.
Therapeutic horseback riding classes and special recreation programs for youth and adults.
Looking for a career that’s rewarding and offers potential for growth and advancement?
RGA is an internationally accredited organization and a leader in providing innovative services to people with disabilities and their families. Nearly 90 cents of every dollar raised directly benefits the people we support.
The Monarch Walk Sunday, September 24, 2017 Res/Rec Center on the campus of North Central College, Naperville
The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Board has approved funding for twelve projects through the federally-funded Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities program. The RTA will administer a total of $14,936,856 million,...
Lisle, IL – Anita Callahan, a program coordinator at the Larry J. Bell Community Learning Center, a Lisle-based program that is operated by Ray Graham Association for People with Disabilities, recalls the day she met Kevin Krause from Support Our Troops, another Lisle...
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