Lunchtime Enrichment:

Lunchtime enrichment gives children the opportunity to socialize with peers, explore new foods, and improve independent feeding skills. Our staff are trained by our Feeding Therapist with the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) strategy to pediatric feeding that encourages participation in the entire mealtime routine. Oral motor planning and the exploration of new textures and tastes are encouraged to expanding the child’s food inventory. Our nutritious and balanced catered meals can be gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free.


This approach was developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan and is exactly what it sounds like! Children are met on their level to help foster strong relationships and interactions.

Applied Behavior Analysis:

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is focused on the behavior of the child and systematically intervening to improve social interactions and demonstrate responsibility of behaviors.


This kinesthetic approach is a common core standard that is a fun and effective way for children to learn the alphabet, spelling, and reading.


A program that focuses on principles and strategies based on learning the characteristics of an individual with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Teachers utilize this method in order to achieve learning goals with the children.

Intentional Relationship Model:

The Intentional Relationship Model (IRM) can be described as the therapeutic use of self as it pertains to Occupational Therapy. It is the science of building lasting and effective relationships with clients.


PROMPT is a cutting edge and multidimensional tool for speech production disorders that incorporates tactile cues, such as touching parts of the face, jaw, and lips to learn how to produce language and sounds.

Unique Learning System:

Unique Learning System is a comprehensive curriculum that spans kindergarten to 12th grade. It covers math, reading, science, and social studies. It is widely used across the Chicagoland area and has received recognition with several educational performance awards. It aligns with common core standards and is data driven by continual data collection and measurement of each child.

Sensory Integration:

Sensory Integration is a theory that relates to how the nervous system receives messages from the senses. The theory focuses mainly on tactile, vestibular, and proprioceptive senses, which are the senses that make it possible for our bodies to be used effectively with the environment.

Handwriting Without Tears:

Handwriting Without Tears is a multisensory handwriting instruction for all learning styles. It is most commonly used for children from kindergarten to 5th grade.

Biomechanical Model:

The Biomechanical Model is a combination of assessments with accompanying therapeutic interventions. It is useful in teaching children the proper ways to use their bodies.