PROGRAMS/SERVICES

  DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
   
client/family support CLIENT/FAMILY SUPPORT
   
day services DAY SERVICES
   
residential services RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
   
employment services EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
    CHILDREN SERVICES
   
F.A.Q. F.A.Q.
  BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
   
crisis/community
outreach
CRISIS/COMMUNITY
OUTREACH
   
outpatient mental
health/substance
abuse services
OUTPATIENT MENTAL
HEALTH/SUBSTANCE
ABUSE SERVICES
   
BH outpatient
licensed staff
BH OUTPATIENT
LICENSED STAFF
   
psychological
evaluations
PSYCHOLOGICAL
EVALUATIONS
   
residential mental
health
RESIDENTIAL MENTAL
HEALTH
   
F.A.Q. F.A.Q.
 
client enterprises CLIENT ENTERPRISES
 
business services BUSINESS SERVICES

Early Intervention Developmental Therapy: A Developmental Therapist (DT) works with children ages 0-3, who may be exhibiting a delay in one or more areas of development. The DT customizes interventions for each child, based on their needs, and collaborates with the family to plan play activities that encourage the child's development.

Interventions may include family support and treatment strategies to stimulate growth in all areas of development, including speech-language, social, emotional, fine motor and gross motor skills.


In-Home Children Support: The program offers in-home support to children with developmental disabilities in order to prevent the child from being placed into more restrictive care. The program is unique in that all services are individually customized to meet the needs of each child and his or her family.

Eligibility: The program serves children under the age of 18 with developmental disabilities who live at home and are at risk of being residentially placed. Families must live in Kane or Kendall counties. Services are available regardless of financial ability.


Audiology Evaluations: Upon referral from a primary care physician, an experienced audiologist will evaluate the hearing abilities of infants (6 months or older) and children, using a variety of tests and techniques. Evaluation approaches will vary based on the age and abilities of the child.

The goal is to identify the degree and type of hearing loss as early as possible, so prompt treatment interventions may minimize future communication challenges for the child. To schedule an Audiology appointment for your child, please call
(630) 966-4050.