Our phenomenal team of therapists honor your child's curiosity while using a multi-sensory, creative, evidence-based approach to motivate children to self-monitor their skill development. Caregivers participate in the session or watch from a monitor in the waiting area. We are in-network with BCBS PPO, Aetna, & Cigna.
Now offering telehealth and in-person therapy and evaluations. Call 630.929.0122 to schedule an appointment.
To determine your child's strengths and needs, an evaluation must be completed prior to starting therapy. We may accept an evaluation which has been completed in the past SIX MONTHS by a licensed therapist at another outpatient facility. We create a treatment plan, with detailed goals based on the results of our evaluation, observation and parent concerns. If your child has not had an evaluation from a licensed therapist in the past six months, we will complete one before starting treatment.
Our licensed occupational therapists (OTs) produce significant gains in children's fine motor, visual motor, self-regulation, organizational, sensory processing, motor planning, and handwriting skills. We a variety of approaches to teach self-regulation and self-control. Using a holistic perspective to working with children, we arrange our environment for success and incorporate families into the treatment process. We support families to adapt their home environment to fit their child’s needs.
Our licensed speech-language pathologists (SLPs) improve your child's communication at home and in the community. We evaluate and treat children's articulation, phonological (speech sound) skills, language comprehension and expression, childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), stuttering, feeding / oral-motor, and auditory processing skills. We embrace family relationships, encourage self-monitoring of skills and respect the emotional needs of children while supporting their intrinsic motivation.
Our licensed pediatric physical therapists (PTs) take a functional approach to improve children's strength, flexibility, range of motion, coordination, balance, and endurance. In addition, we specialize in supporting children who are healing from sports related injuries. Our PTs work with children to develop movement and gross motor skills necessary for independence in their home and community. Our PT treatment sessions are fun, energized, and individualized for each child's different needs.
Our team of therapists are credentialed by the State of Illinois Early Intervention (EI) Program and provide home-based EI services in Downers Grove and surrounding communities.
You may contact us for more information or request an EI evaluation or therapy with our team specifically through your local Child and Family Connections (CFC) Office. The DuPage County CFC, Day One PACT, office phone number is 630.493.0400.