Occupational Therapy Services
Take our Smart Match Survey so that we can match your child with the right therapist.
How do I know if my child needs Occupational Therapy?
If you have any concerns about your child’s speech and language development, please reach out as we are here to help. If you have noticed your child’s speech or language developing differently than his or her peers, we can help advise you on whether or not we recommend an evaluation. We will answer all your questions so that you know what to expect. We know pursuing services for your child can be stressful but please don’t worry! We will work together to get your child on the right track. We are experienced moms as well as business owners so we understand what you are going through.
What does occupational therapy entail?
A certified occupational therapist will work with your child on the areas of need identified in the evaluation. Here is a sample of some of the different areas we treat:
- Auditory Processing
- Sensory Processing
- Gross and Fine Motor Skills
- Visual Processing
All of our occupational therapists are certified by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy.
How does your process work?
To get started, complete our smart match survey, which is a short survey that asks you to answer some questions so that we get to know more about your child before selecting a therapist. After we review your responses, we will select a therapist who we feel is the best fit for your child based on your child’s needs and the areas of expertise of the therapist. Once we have matched you with a therapist, we will connect you via an introductory email. Your therapist will answer any specific questions you may have. If you decide to pursue an evaluation, then you will schedule your child’s appointment directly with your therapist. If you prefer to start with a phone consultation, you can always call us at 312-780-0820. We are here to help!
What will happen during the evaluation?
Your selected therapist will arrive at your home (or your child’s school) at your scheduled appointment time on the day of the evaluation to meet you and your child and conduct the evaluation. Evaluations are 55 minutes in length and may continue into a second scheduled session. Our therapists use a variety of formal and informal assessment tools to obtain a comprehensive picture of your child and create a unique treatment plan based on your child’s individual needs.
How will I receive the results of the evaluation?
Your therapist will follow up with you to discuss their findings and whether or not they recommend pursuing therapy for your child. After the evaluation, your therapist will be able to give you a general idea about length of treatment and overall prognosis. You will receive a detailed evaluation report and treatment plan from your child’s therapist.
How long will my child need therapy?
The length of time your child will be in therapy will depend on the needs of your child. Typically, children are seen once or twice a week for 45 minutes each session. Your therapist will create a detailed, customized, goal-centered treatment plan for your child and will give you periodic updates on how your child is progressing toward his or her goals.