Beth Osten & Associates
Pediatric & Adult Therapy Services
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Early Intervention

Helping to develop the underlying foundations needed for play, socialization, learning, and participation in daily living skills.


 

The clinicians at Beth Osten & Associates are available to provide services to children from 0-3 years through private insurance or through the State of Illinois Early Intervention Program.

Our services include evaluations, occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, developmental therapy services, and social work services. To schedule an evaluation using your private insurance, please contact our EI intake line.

 
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How to get Early Intervention services for your child.

Beth Osten & Associates provides early intervention services for children from birth to age three through the Illinois Child and Family Connections Program. If you’re interested in receiving Early Intervention services for your child, please contact your local Child Family and Connections office to receive an evaluation.

If you are determined eligible for services, you may request a Beth Osten & Associates therapist to provide ongoing treatment in your home.

 

What is the State of Illinois Early Intervention (EI) Program?

The State of Illinois Early Intervention (EI) is a government-based program that provides resources and support to families who have children from birth to age three with diagnosed disabilities, developmental delays, and/or children who are considered at-risk. The purpose of EI is to provide services such as therapy, counseling, and education to the young children and their families to prevent further delays as well as to enhance overall growth and development.

Under Illinois state and federal law, children under 36 months who have developmental deficiencies or have a condition or disorder that has a high probability for developmental delay, are eligible for an evaluation and treatment, if necessary, through Illinois Child and Family Connections Program. This program works with families to develop an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) outlining the particular needs of the child and family. To locate the Child and Family Connections office in your area, go to the Illinois Department of Human Services.

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Interested in speaking with one of our Early Intervention therapists?

Please call 847.663.1020 ext. 154

 

Other clinical service, methods, and programs we often use in conjunction with Early Intervention (EI) treatment.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps children and adults develop the skills needed for play, socialization, learning, and participation in daily activities.

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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy can help children develop gross motor skills and promote active participation in the home, school, and community environments.

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Speech-Language Therapy

Speech-language pathology address a wide range of communicative needs in order to promote effective and functional interactions.

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Developmental Therapy

Child development specialists are credentialed through the Early Intervention program (EI) primarily treating children within the EI program.

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Want to know more?

We’re here to answer your questions about our many therapy services for your child and your whole family. Not sure what you need? We can help.