Interested in joining one of our Group Therapy Sessions?

Click on a box below for more information and the online registration form for each group.

Groups and Enrichment Classes - Grayslake

Groups and Enrichment Classes - McHenry

 

Mommy and Me Painting

Mommy and Me Painting

 

 

How can I carryover the group activities at home or in my child’s natural environment?

Written information regarding the therapeutic activities and suggestions for generalization are provided to caregivers following each session. A written summery of your child's individual performance will be provided approximately every 6 weeks. You may contact the therapist directly if you have specific questions or concerns that are not addressed in the weekly summaries.

How does my child join a group?

Groups are formed by the children's needs, strengths and schedule. New client may need to schedule a screening or evaluation prior to participation in any group.  Payment Option Plans are sent to families once the schedule is confirmed. Families participating in the Early Intervention system MUST have the appropriate authorization for services prior to enrolling in the group.

WeeBits Enrichment Classes for Parents and their Infants/Toddlers:  

Mommy Preschool :  Education for you and your child

  • Thematic preschool activities for your child (singing, reading books, arts/crafts, movement)

Signing and Singing :

  • Signing and singing encourages communication, socialization and parents will receive education for home carryover

Infant Massage :

  • Caregiver will learn techniques to enhance infant’s growth/development, stimulate learning, relaxation for sleep and self-calming, relief of common ailments, and interactions that promote bonding and attachment. Find out more Benefits of Infant Massage

WeeCircus:

  • A new movement class in partnership with Circus Kazoo and Monkey Aerial Arts. Children will learn age appropriate acrobatics as well as fine motor and social skill development. This class has been developed for walkers through 3 years old with their caregivers.