Our speech therapists facilitate children in establishing the speech and language skills vital for effective communication. Our speech-language pathologists improve a child’s ability to communicate with verbal and non-verbal language and to tolerate sensory stimulation during meal-time and play.
Occupational therapy teaches children the functional skills needed for independence in play, motor skills development, self-care, and socialization. Our occupational therapists help children master daily life skills by learning through play while using the fine motor and sensory systems.
Physical therapy helps children maximize their physical abilities and minimize their physical limitations for long-term results. Our physical therapists are exceptional at helping your child explore with fun therapy sessions- improving flexibility, range of motion, strength, posture, balance, and movement patterns.
Feeding-swallowing therapy assess and treats children with feeding and swallowing difficulties. Our therapists help to identify picky eaters vs. problem feeders where the goal is to allow the child to interact with a variety of food through fun and playful approaches. Our skilled occupational and speech therapists have in-depth experience and training to help children with a variety of feeding challenges.
Developmental therapy consists of global evaluations and therapy for children. Evaluations focus on five areas of development: cognitive, motor, communication, self-help and personal-social skills. Our therapists offer specialized therapies tailored to your child’s unique delay or special needs.
Applied Behavior Analysis or “ABA” is one of the standards of care for the treatment of autism spectrum disorders. ABA therapy uses reinforcement in structured and natural environments to help individuals learn new skills. Our therapists use specialized assessment methods to understand what motivates your child and then use this motivation to teach your child socially significant behaviors.
Therapy Care is a credentialed Early Intervention provider for the state of Illinois. We participate in the referral of children to the Early Intervention Child and Family Connections office. Children ages birth to three, who are determined to be eligible for the program, can receive Early Intervention services by our clinicians.