Jaime has well-rounded pediatric experiences with children of all ages including a wide range of disabilities, backgrounds, and cultures. She has provided treatment for speech and language in areas such as expressive language, receptive language, articulation, fluency, and pragmatics. Jaime values building a strong rapport with the families she works with and encourages family involvement to enhance the child’s skills and growth.
Stephanie is an experienced Outpatient Pediatric Occupational Therapist. She has a passion for the field of Pediatrics, supporting families of children with disabilities, and being involved in the special needs
community. Stephanie graduated with her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina, and has worked almost exclusively in the adolescent mental health and outpatient pediatric therapy settings.
Abby is an enthusiastic speech-language pathologist who is dedicated to helping children of all ages improve their communication skills. She has evaluated and treated children in a variety of settings including early intervention, preschool through high school, outpatient clinics, therapeutic schools, private practices, and hospitals.
Quinn is a licensed speech-language pathologist. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Iowa and her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Saint Louis University.
She has a wide range of experience working with children through the Early Intervention program, preschool and daycare aged children, and elementary/middle school-aged children.
Alex is an outgoing and enthusiastic Speech Language Pathologist who holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence. She completed both her undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and loves being back in the Windy City. Alex is a bilingual speech therapist and she leads sessions in both Russian and English.
Courtney, a passionate occupational therapist, and mother herself, is committed to helping children address their physical, social, and emotional development as well as cognition and sensory processing skills. Her goal is to enhance children’s independent participation in daily life. She is driven to help children achieve these milestones and goals by following their lead and acknowledging their interests.