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About Us

Our Mission

At Milestone Therapy, our mission is to be THE place for pediatric therapy services for children, their families, and the therapists that serve them.

Our three P’s of pediatric therapy

passion. patience. persistence.

Milestone Therapy Locations

Highland, IN

Olympia Fields, IL

Merrillville, IN

Bourbonnais, IL

Milestone Programs

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Respite NightAn evening we set aside to give parents and caregivers a break.  So while you enjoy some well-deserved downtime and do what your heart desires, our students and therapists will be running wild in the clinic with open gym, playing games, and making crafts for the time and season.

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Fitness Night – Get your kids away from the screens and ready to sweat! Here we create multiple activity stations that will help your child gain strength, coordination, and get a taste for climbing our real live rock wall!

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Yoga and More! – A blast from the past, returning in mom-and-tot style! An hour of dancing, stretching, breathing, and creating some calm through traditional yoga practices with a kidtastic spin!

Meet the Milestone Pediatric Therapy Specialists

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Read Our Blog

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The Power Of Augmentative and Alternative Communication In Pediatric Speech Therapy

Is your child having a hard time learning how to talk and use language? Are they acting out because they can’t express themselves? Maybe they are simply frustrated with no…

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Pediatric Therapy for Low Muscle Tone

What is low muscle tone in children? You’ve been told by your pediatrician that your child has hypotonia, otherwise known as low muscle tone, and he or she may need…

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Idiopathic Toe Walking

What is Idiopathic Toe Walking? Idiopathic toe walking is when kids walk on their “tippy toes,” without touching the ground with their heels. The term “idiopathic” simply means that this…