Lumiere Children's Therapy Resource

Child Therapy: Sniff Test for Autism

MoodboardA recent study in the journal, Current Biology, presented a study on a “sniff test”…

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Child Therapy: Why does my child W-Sit?

W-sitting is when a child sits on the floor with their feet to the side…

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Child Speech Therapy: Imitation Strategy for Receptive Language

Receptive language deals with what we hear and how we interpret the information. Receptive language…

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Therapists in Chicago: Receptive vs. Expressive Language Delays

In our interview with one of Step by Step Care Group’s speech therapists in Chicago,…

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Therapists in Chicago: Rachel Myatt

Rachel Myatt is one of Step by Step Care Group’s speech therapists in Chicago, IL.…

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Therapists in Chicago: Sensory Processing Disorder

Brisbane City CouncilIn one of our interviews with Step by Step Care Group’s Therapists in…

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Child Therapy: Strategies for Mealtime

Joseph ChoiFive of Step by Step Care Group’s therapists in Chicago attended the S.O.S. Sequential…

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Therapists in Chicago: Early Signs of Autism in Toddlers

HepingtingAccording to CDC’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network, 1 in 68 children have been…

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Child Therapy Chicago: Outdoor Activities

Photo by I'nterditIn our last post, we listed some great indoor activities for children, but…

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Child Therapy Chicago: Indoor Activities

School is out for the summer! Finding fun, active, and engaging activities for your children…

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Therapists in Chicago: Christine Deloria

  I had the opportunity to interview Christine Deloria, one of Step by Step Care Group’s…

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What are the benefits of signing in therapy?

                    Using Sign to Facilitate Oral Language…

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Does your child have trouble eating?

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Co-Treatment... Things to know and consider

Image link from GymboreeMany children receive more than one type of therapy. Children can have…

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Play Based Therapy

What is the best way for young children to learn? BY PLAYING. Playing teaches children…

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How infants acquire language

Photo by Waleed AlzuhairThe development of speech and language skills begins at birth, and the…

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Strategies to Develop Receptive Language- Labeling

Receptive language is the skill of understanding the world around you and processing the information…

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Augmentative and Alternative Communication- How does this support language development?

I am frequently asked questions by parents who are interested in the use of Augmentative…

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Fall Activities!

Photo by JustyCinMDAs noted on our website fall is a wonderful time of year to get…

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