Olympia Fields, IL

Olympia Fields, IL

Where is the Illinois clinic located?
20201 S Crawford Ave
Olympia Fields, IL 60461

The clinic is within the Outpatient Services building at the St. James Hospital in Olympia Fields.

  • Enter the Outpatient Services parking lot and park in section 7 (designated parking for therapy patients).
  • Once parked enter, through the doorway directly next to parking and follow signs to the Pediatric Therapy Center (first office on the left.)
  • More of a visual learner? Click here and watch one of our own come in for a session of PT!

What should I expect on my first visit?

  • Patients must arrive 30 minutes prior to evaluation appointment time in order to check in.
  • We reserve the right to reschedule patients who do not arrive early enough to fill out patient paperwork or are late to the appointment to another day.
  • Our therapists evaluate patients back to back and do not have the space in their schedule to run over in time.

What else should I know?

As outlined in the Outpatient Therapy Orientation form, cancellations need to be made more than 24 hours before the scheduled session. A full listing of policies and procedures can be found in the Outpatient Therapy Orientation. It is important to keep track of your therapy schedule to avoid missing a session.

Upcoming Events

13 /April

01:30 PM - 09:30 PM

Parenting in the Kitchen: Home Strategies for Families in Feeding Therapy

Location: Milestone Therapy, 370 W 80th Pl, Merrillville IN 46410

Please note: In order to allow a larger audience to learn from Melanie, we will be providing chairs, but not tables in the room. Please feel free to bring a clipboard or other writing surface if you’d like to take notes while seated.

Course Description: This seminar connects professionals with tools to parents of children who struggle to eat. Parents of children with feeding disorders face challenges at breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack time. They often spend the day worried about how much their child will consume, unsure of how to help them learn to eat with more variety and concerned about the child’s nutritional health. Studies have shown that as parental stress increases, positive parent-child interactions decrease. A consistent, positive feeding relationship between parent and child is essential to making progress in feeding therapy. Those who treat children for feeding difficulties want to know how to support both the child and the family with practical, everyday strategies. What approach can parents take to bring joy back to the family table while the child’s feeding development improves over time? A child’s relationship with food influences family dynamics, therefore a family-centered approach to treatment is essential to progress feeding skills.


11 /April

11:00 PM - 01:00 AM

April 2019 Respite Night

Milestone Therapy is hosting another Parent Respite Night – open gym, crafts, and games for our young clients and their siblings from ages 0-16.

While your children are in the hands of some very skilled pediatric caregivers, why don’t you escape for a few hours? Maybe a nice dinner or a few drinks, anything to help you relax.