Based out of our clinic in Bloomingdale, IL, our therapists work one-on-one with clients ages birth to 18. Therapists identify children’s strengths and weaknesses and design individualized treatment plans specific to your child’s needs. We establish therapy goals and objectives that drive our activity planning for each session.
Using a variety of play-based, structured, and semi-structured activities, we capitalize on your child’s interests and strengths while teaching skills your child needs to increase functional communication and participation in their daily lives. We provide parents with an update each session that communicates the session’s activities, progress towards goals, and home practice suggestions.
A mixed receptive-expressive language disorder affects both language comprehension and production.Learn More >
An expressive language delay or disorder affects a child's ability to successfully communicate their wants, needs, and thoughts.Learn More >
Speech errors characterized by distortions or substitutions of specific speech sounds.Learn More >
Common patterns of error, often to substitute certain sounds with simpler sounds.Learn More >
Sensory processing difficulties or sensory processing disorder is a condition in which the brain has trouble receiving and responding to information that comes in through the senses.Learn More >
Addresses both oral motor and sensory processing skills for the task of eating.Learn More >
Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), also known as dyspraxia or motor apraxia, is a condition which makes acquiring new gross motor and fine motor skills very difficult.Learn More >
A split in the lip or an opening in the roof of the mouth that make it difficult to make sounds or speak clearly.Learn More >
A neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by deficits in social communication and social interaction and the presence of restricted, repetitive behaviors.Learn More >