Pediatric Therapy Programs

Clinic Services

Eyas Landing provides multi-disciplinary pediatric therapy services for children in need of occupational, speech, developmental, physical, feeding, behavior, or ABA therapy. Eyas Landing is committed to offering the highest possible standard of care in order for clients to thrive and meet their goals. Therapists collaborate across disciplines and with client families to create the ideal treatment plan for each child.

In Home Services

Eyas Landing therapists provide support in the home and community setting.  Home environments facilitate caregiver training and education on behavior management and sensory processing difficulties.  Additionally, home services increase a child’s participation in home and community activities, including but not limited to dressing, bathing, grooming, eating, and going to the store.  Therapists and caregivers form a collaborative team for approaching successful strategies related to home and community activities.

School Services

For children who need extra support at school, Eyas Landing therapists are available to provide a wide range of services in the classroom. We will develop an individualized program that meets a client’s needs and accommodates specific scheduling requirements of both the school and client — even if the school that does not have a partnership arrangement with Eyas Landing.

TeleHealth Services

Eyas Landing now features TeleHealth services, which uses telecommunication techniques to provide clients with therapeutic counseling over the Internet. Through TeleHealth, we transmit voice, data, images, and information directly to each client’s computer. TeleHealth’s interactive patient experience solutions enables clients to play a more direct role in reaching specific health and wellness goals.

Intensive Therapeutic Services

Eyas Landing provides intensive therapeutic services to augment existing therapy services. Intensive therapeutic services are a structured schedule created to provide a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach fitting each client’s specific needs. These therapeutic plans target the essential skills needed to form independence and are based on therapist recommendation and family’s availability.  Intensive therapeutic services are highly successful with generalizing skills at home and in the community.

Merlin Program

ABA Therapy
ABA, ADHD, Autism, Behavior

The Merlin Program at Eyas Landing is a therapeutic program designed in a school setting for children ages 6 and up. The award winning curriculum that is regularly used across Chicagoland is easily modified to fit each individual child’s needs.  Children will be exposed to group instruction and social interactions along with individual care with a ratio of 2:1 or 1:1. This structure is similar to the successful therapeutic preschool and kindergarten at Blue Bird Day and is intended as the next step in that program, based on age and development.

Blue Bird Day

Sister company, Blue Bird Day, is a therapeutic preschool and kindergarten.  Two convenient locations in the West Loop and Northcenter are available and open for enrollment.  Contact Blue Bird Day for more information.

Summer Camps

Zones Camp

Our Zones Camp helps children become more aware of their emotions and impulses by utilizing the Zones of Regulation curriculum. The camp focuses on improving their ability to problem solve conflicts more independently, practicing reading facial expressions, and building vocabulary around emotional regulation. Your child will enjoy this highly active and engaging camp!

Ages: 4 – 6 years old & 7 – 10 years old

Social Skills Camp

Social skills may not come easily for some children. During Social Skills Camp, children learn pragmatic skills using the We Thinkers! Curriculum (ages 4-6) and the Superflex Curriculum (ages 7-10). Activities focus on body awareness related to social interactions, turn taking, sharing, understanding someone else’s perspective, and flexible thinking through organized lessons and games. Social Skills camp is a great way for children to learn the foundational skills of social interactions to then enjoy participating in social activities with peers.

Ages: 4 – 6 years old & 7 – 10 years old

Sensory Explorers

Does your child love getting messy? Or is your child apprehensive about touching unknown textures? Our Sensory Explorers participate in activities that explore their sensory systems: touching textures, dancing and obstacle courses for moving their bodies, and choosing music to fit their body’s needs. Activities are both structured and unstructured to meet each child’s needs, with a primary focus of play-based learning.

Ages: 3 – 6 years old & 7 – 10 years old

Bike Riding Camp

Bike riding can be challenging—it takes coordination in the arms and legs, and overall body strength. Bike Riding Camp sets children up for success by using preparatory activities that promote coordination and strength related to bike riding as well as bike modifications. Children will have the opportunity to use a variety of bikes and other wheeled equipment, including tricycles, two-wheelers with and without training wheels, and the Strider bike. By using different bikes, children can better understand how to navigate wheels and become more successful with bike riding.

Ages: 4 – 6 years old & 7 – 10 years old

Sports Camp

The Sports camp is a great way for kids to explore a variety of sports with modifications and supports. Sports include soccer, T-ball, kickball, and basketball. Children first learn how to play the game through stories and visual diagrams. Then, children learn the basics of each sport through games, and playing the sport. The focus of play is team work, gross motor skills, visual motor coordination, and waiting/turn-taking.

Ages: 3 – 6 years old & 7 – 10 years old

Let’s Write

At Let’s Write Camp, children prepare their bodies and hands for writing by participating in core and hand strengthening activities that translate to success at the tabletop. Children learn how to correctly form letters using varying modalities (e.g. Play-doh, sand, wooden sticks, and pencil and paper), how to hold a pencil, and writing within and on lines. By the end of Let’s Write camp, children feel more confident in their abilities to write at home and at school.

Ages: 4 – 6 years old & 7 – 10 years old