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Lifelong Access Pediatric Therapy provides a wide variety of therapy services to meet the needs of you and your child. Services are based on your child's individual needs and are provided in a fun learning rich environment that enables your child to reach their full potential. Services are provided in individual and group sessions based on your child's needs. Our pediatric therapists receive extensive training in pediatrics and specialize in working with children birth to age eighteen.


All Lifelong Access Pediatric therapists maintain State of Illinois Licensing and credentialing to enable them to provide the high quality of therapeutic care that Central Illinois has come to expect from our Pediatric Therapy program.

Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is an evidence-based approach known for success in helping those with Autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities reach their full potential.

Our licensed and certified clinicians provide mental health services to children, adolescents, adults, and families.

Physical therapy (PT) works to enhance and restore mobility, functional competency, and independence for individuals with neurological, developmental, or orthopedic delays and/or disabilities.

Occupational therapy (OT) focuses on developing motor skills, sensory-processing abilities, coordination, peer interaction, play, and self-care skills to participate in daily life activities.

Speech-language therapy strengthens children's communication so they can participate fully in daily activities and achieve success. Speech-language therapy addresses language comprehension, pragmatics, speech-sound production, voice, and fluency, as well as oral motor development.

Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) is an evidence-based treatment addressing young children's emotional and behavioral problems. It is designed to promote positive interactions and attachment between parents and their children.

Illinois' Early Intervention program's mission is to assure that families with children birth to three who have diagnosed disabilities, developmental delays, or substantial risk of significant delays receive resources and supports to assist them in maximizing their child's development while respecting the diversity of families and communities.

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