Arlington Pediatric Therapy Management Services, Ltd. (APT) is now Lurie Children’s Health Services, LLC d/b/a Arlington Pediatric Therapy. We will always prioritize the needs of the children and families we serve, and together, we look forward to advancing high-quality pediatric care and providing more comprehensive services to children.
Our occupational therapists focus on function and participation; they are uniquely placed to help parents support their children in a variety of ways. This includes assisting the development of fine motor skills, self-care skills and helping with sensory processing difficulties.
Our speech therapists help children find the best way to communicate in order to meet their needs. This might include strategies to improve speech articulation or fluency, or signs, symbols, gestures and other forms of assisted communication. Speech therapists also help children who have trouble swallowing food and drink.
Our physical therapists helps children learn to successfully and independently perform gross motor skills and functional mobility skills. As a child begins to successfully develop these skills, it creates a greater form of independence that helps contribute to achieving a higher sense of self-esteem.
Our aquatic therapy program is a great alternative to land therapy to help children meet their strength, range of motion /flexibility, balance, coordination, ]and walking goals. The buoyancy of the water helps reduce body weight and allows movement in ways they simply can't on land.
Our sports medicine department specializes in helping children with injuries caused during sports or athletic activities we help to improve their athletic performance, recover from injury and prevent future injuries.
We incorporate therapy into classes to keep your children engaged and having fun. Our innovative classes are hosted by therapists in group settings to encourage communication. We also host and collaborate with support groups for the whole family.
Physical therapists are experts in muscle function, alignment and coordination.
There are muscles of the pelvic floor, core and surrounding area that help support the bowel and bladder. We have therapists with special training to help your child.
Join our feeding clinic to expand your child’s tolerance for new foods and increase their food repertoire through the use of play, food crafts, and methods from the SOS (Sequential Oral Sensory) program and the Get Permission approach.
The mission of Arlington Pediatric Therapy Management Services is to provide quality therapy for children on an outpatient basis. Our primary focus is to improve the quality of life of the pediatric population in need of therapeutic intervention and their families.
Professional services are delivered in a friendly, family centered atmosphere, which offers collaborative programming and support for both the family and the child.
We go beyond therapy sessions. Our staff and your family work as a team to incorporate therapy goals into regular family routines and make it fun along the way!
Our team is comprised of dynamic, highly skilled and caring staff members, with years of experience, whose goal is to enhance your child’s daily living skills and functional performance.
Arlington Pediatric Therapy, 3105 N Wilke Rd, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004, United States
Phone: 847-255-8690 Fax: 847-255-2260