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Our Children’s Therapy Clinics

Warm, Inviting Environments That Make Parents Feel Comfortable

Our waiting rooms are vibrant, well-lit, and modern. Their ‘feel’ is meant to represent Westside – a place where families are treated like family.

A picture of the lobby at a Westside pediatric therapy clinic

Sensory Spaces That Make Kids Excited for Therapy

Receiving therapy is an ongoing commitment. Rather than parents struggling with their child to come to therapy, we want that process to be exciting. Our goal: Make kids so excited to be here that they won’t want to leave!

This is a picture of the sensory gym in New Lenox Illinois at Westside Children's Therapy

Private Spaces for Focused Work

Sometimes quieter, separate spaces are needed for certain types of therapy, including speech, counseling, and feeding therapies. We have a diversity of room types, each tailored to a specific therapy type.

This is a picture of a private room at Westside Children's Therapy

Table-top Work Spaces and Learning Stations

These areas are dedicated to both 1-on-1 and group table work.  They are used for circle time, practicing academic skills, and even for distancing during COVID.

This is a picture of sensory nooks at Westside Children's Therapy

Multi-Purpose Gym Areas

Clinics include open gym spaces with high ceilings. They are used for coordinating group activities, our IGNITE school readiness program, social circles, and more.  Sensory swings are located throughout, and one-way windows allow for both natural light and privacy.

This is a picture of the activity area for kids at Westside

Calming Nooks

Bean bags, oversized pillows, kids’ couches, and fuzzy rugs make for a good place for kids to calm down and work on a focused activity.

This is a picture of a private nook area at Westside Children's Therapy in Illinois

Convenient Locations for Parents

We choose to add convenience and a sense of pride in where we locate our clinics (See Location List). We want families to have easy commutes, plentiful parking, and access to things to do while therapy is happening (e.g. errand running, grabbing Starbucks, running to Target).

This is a picture of the building exterior of one of the Westside therapy clinics