Speech and Occupational Therapy

Speech Therapy for Autism

Speech and language therapy is a method used to help children, adults face difficulties speaking or drinking. The goal of this type speech-language pathologist (SLP) work is for their clientele communicate more effectively in everyday life situations by strengthening particular muscles with exercises like lipreading that enables them see what the person says but does not make any sound themselves so they don’t have an advantage over others around him/her when competing against other sounds.

Our speech-language pathologists use a variety of techniques to help individuals communicate more effectively and efficiently. They work with the individual on improving verbal language skills, as well as nonverbal ones like gestures or facial expressions that are used during conversation.

If you’re looking for speech language therapy services that will help your little one thrive, then look no further. Below is a list of the many options we offer at our practice!

  • SOCIAL LANGUAGE
  • FLUENCY
  • INFORMATION PROCESSING
  • BRAIN INJURY & CONCUSSIONS
  • TONGUE THRUST THERAPY
  • DYSPHAGIA (SWALLOWING THERAPY)
  • ARTICULATION / PHONOLOGY
  • APRAXIA

 

Occupational Therapy for Autism

Occupational therapy is a branch of medicine where therapists work with children and adults to help them improve the skills they use every day. There are many different types of occupational therapies, but all focus on improving not only gross motor movements like walking or running; fine motor movement such as picking up small objects off the ground and lining things up nicely in rows also falls under this category because those type often require hand eye coordination alongside visual observation skills for accurate placement into various spaces which we find ourselves using constantly throughout our daily lives.

We have a variety of services that are sure to suit your loved one’s needs. Our licensed occupational therapists can help with everything from speech therapy and sensory integration into more complex treatments like grasping toilet training or performing self-injury prevention methods! Give us a call today if you want an expert by the phone ready for any challenge they may throw at you, no matter how complicated it seems!

  • FINE MOTOR
  • VISUAL PERCEPTION
  • SPLINTING & RANGE OF MOTION
  • CUTTING
  • PRE-WRITING SHAPES
  • HANDWRITING
  • SENSORY
  • ADL’S
  • PRIMITIVE REFLEX
  • CONCUSSIONS
  • TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURIES
  • PICKY EATERS

Contact Us

Ask a question or book an appointment below. For emergencies call 911 or visit your nearest hospital.

Phone

(773) 589-4667

Fax

(708) 382-7015

Address

5520 w. 159th street
Oak Forest, IL 60452

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