Developmental Therapy

Our developmental therapists support building your child’s foundational skills for learning and providing family education on child development. Developmental therapy focuses cognitive skills, social-emotional skills, and addressing behavioral concerns. With the family's priorities in mind, our developmental therapists will work collaboratively with you and your child to help you achieve your goals.

Our therapists have experience and knowledge working with children with a variety of concerns including:

  • Global developmental delays
  • Play skill deficits
  • Preschool readiness challenges
  • Cognitive delays
  • Learning differences
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Down syndrome
  • Genetic or neurological disorders
  • Seizure disorders
  • Sensory processing challenges
  • Delays of prematurity
  • Social skill deficits
  • Behavioral challenges

How do I know if my child needs a developmental therapy evaluation?

Your child may need a developmental therapy evaluation if:

  • They have a decreased attention to tasks, books, puzzles, and/or other age-appropriate play materials
  • They have a decreased attention or decreased interest in adults and peers in their environment
  • They are not yet imitating gestures or play ideas
  • They have difficulty following directions or tolerating adult-direction
  • They have difficulty accepting another’s play idea
  • They have difficulty transitioning between activities throughout the day
  • They have difficulty following along with group routines
  • They have a decreased frustration tolerance, give up on activities easily, and/or are not yet attempting to problem solve independently or using an adult as a resource
  • They have several tantrums per day and/or the tantrums last for several minutes

If you are interested in learning more about our developmental therapy services or to set up your first appointment, please contact us at (773) 332-9439 or fill out our contact us form.