JCFS Integrated Pediatric Interventions
Northbrook , Ill. 60062
Speech, Occupational and Developmental Therapies for children ages birth-10 with developmental delays.
Elaine Kersten Children's Center
255 Revere Drive, Suite 200
Northbrook, IL, 60062
Joy Faith Knapp Children's Center
3145 W. Pratt Blvd.
Chicago, IL, 60645
"Where do I turn for questions about my child's development?"
While growth charts track weight and height, measuring other developmental milestones is not as clear. When a baby has trouble learning to hold a bottle, or a toddler doesn't seem to say as many words as others, parents may wonder if their child is a late bloomer or if it's something more serious. When questions arise, turn to Integrated Pediatric Interventions (IPI).
Parent Support Every Step of the
- Therapeutic interventions include language techniques, sensory integration strategies, physical modifications at home and family training;
- Facilities equipped with one-way mirrors allow parents to observe professionals working with their child;
- Support helps the family transition from Early Intervention services to their school district by partnering with teachers, special education teams and pediatricians;
- Parent support groups and individual counseling helps bring emotional balance to the home.
EVALUATIONS including Autism and developmental assessments, psycho-educational testing
DEVELOPMENTAL THERAPY focusing on play activities to increase pre-academic skills, language and communication, social and emotional behavior, gross and fine motor skills and self-help
SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPY including verbal apraxia, language development, Pivotal Response Training for children with autism, feeding and eating development, and auditory verbal therapy for children with cochlear implants
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY including sensory integration therapy, neurodevelopmental treatment, aquatic therapy and daily academic-related activities, such as writing, motor planning and assessing a child's learning style.
SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL SKILLS DEVELOPMENT including individual and group parent guidance and support, play-based family therapy, social skills groups, translating interventions to home, and school advocacy.