kid.nec.tiv.i.ty (kid, nek' tivedē) noun
The innate capacity for children to develop, strengthen, and increase connections in response to a nurturing environment and/or experiences.
Kidnectivity is where science, innovation, play and compassion merge to create therapeutic excellence.
As our name implies, we have a foundational belief that children create, strengthen and increase connections in response to a nurturing, playful, and safe environments. At Kidnectivity, we help kids find their passion for participation in play and life.
We merge this belief into a collaborative environment where families and therapist work together as a team to share and grow. Our whole family approach means we work with you, your child, siblings, and caregivers so that gains are made, not just in the clinic setting, but in your child's daily life. Working as a team, our goal is to empower each child to reach their fullest potential.
Our expert clinicians continuously merge current science, innovation and clinical skills to produce an individually tailored and effective therapy plan. Being a therapist and parent owned clinic, quality is the utmost of importance and is continuously delivered by experienced and supported therapists.
Occupational therapy practitioners enable people of all ages to live life to its fullest by helping them promote health, and prevent—or live better with—injury, illness, or disability. Occupational therapist address motor, visual-perceptive, cognitive, and sensory-processing skills. Pediatric occupational therapy treatment help children be as independent as possible in all areas of their lives.
Physical therapy provides services to improve mobility, increase muscle strength and endurance, develop or restore function, alleviate pain and promote overall health and wellness of our clients. They work in collaboration with families to promote the child’s ability to function independently and optimize movement for lifelong meaningful participation in their community.
Designed to promote social development and reinforce new skills while embracing the individuality of each child.
The small, intimate group is led by an occupational therapist and additional team members in a playful, supportive environment.
The goals of the groups are to help children develop social and play skills through games and arts and crafts.
Looking to make a functional change for an individual child, intensive therapy programs are developed around each child's and family's unique needs and strengths. After a thorough evaluation specific functional and measurable goals are establish at the beginning of each intensive and used to develop a plan. Intensives may or may not combine OT and PT.
As part of our whole family approach we offer classes for both children and parents.
For kids we offer tummy time, mommy and me sessions, yoga, cooking, and self regulation via the The Alert Program, and more. For parents we offer seminars on focused topics such as sensory integration, nutrition, current healthcare trends, baby development, etc. Please contact us if you are interested in one of our classes.
Our summer camps merge principles of a focused intensive into a fun group setting. Although each child is working on individual functional goals the group setting and activities are used to increase motivation, cooperation, peer interaction and the overall playful environment. Depending on the needs and strengths of the child camps will vary on group and individual activities. Occupational therapy and physical therapy components can be combined to create a totally personalized program.
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600 Waukegan Road, Northbrook, Illinois 60062, United States
Monday - Friday: 9am - 6pm
Saturday : 9am -2pm