January News

Milestones has lots of fun new equipment for our families to discover and explore, including a heavyweight punching bag, “ninja warrior” equipment (in photo), and even a pirate ship! Is it time for you to check in with Milestones about helping your child with unique needs work on their next milestone? Contact us at your convenience; we’re looking forward to hearing from you. In the meantime, here’s the latest news from your Milestones staff:

  • The Milestones team is delighted to have Lead Therapist Ashley Valosek, MS, OTR/L, and team member Brittany Wilke, LCSW, back from maternity leave. Welcome back, Ashley and Brittany – you were missed!
  • Lead Therapist Rebecca Doyle, LCSW, will launch our “Attachment Learning Series” for staff this month with a presentation on attachment and attunement. This will begin our monthly exploration of this topic through in-service personations, case consultation, and discussion. Our program of continuing education for Milestones staff ensures your family has access to the latest solutions for the unique needs of each child we serve.
  • Team member Linda Neuharth, MA, OTR/L, will be presenting “Parenting the Sensational Child” at the upcoming Chicago Area Families For Adoption (CAFFA) annual conference on Saturday, March 9. Several other Milestones team members will be in attendance, and Milestones will host a vendor’s table at the event. Interested families are encouraged to consider attending. For more information see the conference web page.
Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps children develop the skills to be successful at play, activities of daily living, and learning experiences. Learn More

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy helps children gain critical skills related to independent mobility and gross motor functioning. Learn More

Speech/Language Therapy

Speech/language therapy helps children develop the skills to effectively interact and communicate with the world around them. Learn More

Social Work Services

Family support and counseling are a great resource to strengthen families and children. Learn More

Neurofeedback Therapy

Neurofeedback addresses a variety of symptoms and disorders to establish more efficient patterns of activity. Learn More

Social Skills Groups

Social Skills Groups help children build relationships with peers and develop important social pragmatic skills. Learn More

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