Therapeutic Links Offers a FREE screening for children five years of age and under! Occupational Therapy treatment may include working on:
Student Workers are taught life skills and work preparation while learning about time management, money management, and office responsibilities. Our student workers contribute directly to the well-being of our clinic. This program is available to students tween and up.
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Bal-A-Vis-X is a series of Balance/Auditory/Vision/Exercises of varied complexity, most of which are rooted in rhythm. The exercises require full-body coordination and focused attention. The program utilizes beanbags, racquetballs, and balance boards. Bal-A-Vis-X also incorporates multiple principles and actions from Educational Kinesiology.
MNRI (R) is a comprehensive set of programs that focus on motor reflex and sensory system integration. The primary focus of the MNRI Method is to support the integration process of primary motor reflex patterns regardless of a person's condition or age.
Therapeutic Links is an Occupational Therapist owned and directed private practice with over 25 years experience.
Our staff is dedicated to helping children and their families improve everyday functioning and enhance meaningful occupations of life. We use play as a vehicle for meeting the children's needs and strive to equip our students with specific skills, tools, and resources they need to reach their greatest potential.
We pride ourselves on working collaboratively with your child's team of teachers,private professionals, and caregivers.
60 minute Occupational therapy sessions
Developmental Screening vs Occupational Therapy Evaluation
How do you decide which is appropriate?
If you answer YES to two or more of these questions, no screening is needed and a full OT evaluation is recommended.
1. Does your pediatrician have concerns?
2. Does your child's teacher/daycare provider
3. Does your child have an IEP / receive OT at
4. Does your child present with aggresive
5. Does your child have difficulty with daily
(5/6 year olds should be physically
independent at home, school, and in the
6. Does your child have a diagnosis?
7. Have the concerning behaviors been
persisting for longer than a month?
8. Does your child demonstrate extreme
sensory sensitivities or seeking behaviors?
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998 Progress Drive
Grayslake, IL 60030
(847) 548-3459 fax
New McHenry Location:
665 Ridgeview Dr. McHenry, IL 60050