Licensed Clinical Social Worker, DHD Family Clinics
1640 W. Roosevelt Rd., 111 DHSP
Irma Hernández is a bilingual/bicultural licensed clinical social worker, with 28 years experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. She received her bachelor’s degree in social science/social welfare, with a double major in Spanish, at Mundelein College of Loyola University, in 1983. In 1993, she obtained her master's degree in social work at UIC Jane Addams College of Social Work.
For the past 23 years, Ms. Hernández has been working at the UIC Development Disabilities Family Clinics' diagnostic program and she has done great work with the Latino community via groups for parents and their children.
Ms. Hernández is fluent in reading, writing and speaking Spanish.
Service to the Community
Ms. Hernández is also an active member of Grupo Salto, a non-profit organization, which collaborates with UIC’s Development Disabilities Family Clinics. Grupo Salto is a support group for families who have a child or children on the Autism Spectrum.
Leadership in the Profession
LEND, Discipline Coordinator
2014 - Aspire Award Recipient, UIC
Bachelors Degree in Social Science and Social Welfare with a double major in Spanish from Mundelein College of Loyola University in June, 1983
Masters Degree in Social Work with a concentration on Child and Family from UIC Jane Addams College of Social Work in May, 1993