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Pediatric & ABA Therapy Services – Orland Park North Clinic

Orland Park North Therapy Clinic Info

14225 S. 95th Ave, STE 453
Orland Park, IL 60462

Phone: 708-787-0952
Fax: 708-787-0958

New Orland Park Therapy Center

Orland Park opened in 2019 and has blossomed into a full-service center, offering ABA therapy and all pediatric therapy services to Children across Orland Park and surrounding suburbs.  The clinic is located on the second floor of the 14225 building (which also has Derick Dermatology, Brass Tap, and Xfinity).  Parking for Westside is located in the rear of the building. 

Our new children’s facility features large, one-way windows surrounding the building. This lets in natural light while at the same time allowing for privacy. When you enter the building, large glass-paned doors give way to a beautiful sensory gym. Your child’s eyes will light up when they see it. It truly is an outstanding ABA clinic which is recommended by over 800 pediatricians in Orland Park and throughout northern Illinois.

The Clinic Supervisor here wears her heart on her sleeve. She will be as proud as you are when your child makes progress.

ABA Therapy Services

1-on-1 ABA Therapy is offered by a team of dozens of behavior therapy experts. ABA Therapeutic programs that are structured as school readiness programs are also offered in Orland.

Toddlers, young children, and teens are serviced at different times of the day in this center.

Pediatric Therapy Services

The Orland has clinic the following spaces for pediatric therapy:

  • Physical Therapy room and gym
  • Counseling room,
  • Speech Therapy rooms
  • Feeding Therapy room
  • Occupational Therapy Sensory gym.

The pediatric therapy teams collaborate across disciplines to support your child. What is notable about the Orland Park teams is that most of them have been with Westside long enough to have worked in a variety of our other centers.

We believe that’s why Orland was an immediate success. These teams brought a strong dose of the “Westside Way” to Orland, and there has been an overwhelming response from families about how the office and therapists operate.