Terms of Use

These Terms of Use govern users of the website. By using the Website, users agree and understand that they are bound by the Terms of Use. Milestone Therapy reserves the right to make changes to the Terms of Use at its sole discretion. Ay use of the website constitutes the users acceptance.


The website shall only be used as expressly permitted by the website. Users shall not use the website for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited by these terms and conditions. Users may not co-brand, frame or hyper-link to the website. Users agree to cooperate with Milestone Therapy in the cessation of any unauthorized use. Users may not knowingly or unknowingly disable, damage or interfere with the website. Users may not obtain any website content.

THE WEBSITE is NOT a source of  MEDICAL CARE OR ADVICE. THE WEBSITE SHOULD NOT BE USED AS AN ALTERNATIVE FOR MEDICAL CARE FROM A QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL. IF USERS NEED MEDICAL CARE, USERS SHOULD consult WITH A HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL. THE WEBSITE SHOULD not be used in an EMERGENCY SITUATION.  Users should dial 911 in emergency situations. THE WEBSITE SHOULD not  BE USED TO provide any  HEALTH OR MEDICAL INFORMATION. Any Milestone Therapy employees, affiliates or customers must adhere to Milestone Therapy’s policies and procedures related to internet use, electronic and physical social interaction.  As such, Milestone Therapy has the right to monitor users of the website and refuse any user access or information for any reason. Milestone Therapy may disclose any information necessary as required by any legal or governmental request. The website may not be used in any fashion to provide opinion or representation of any subject matter.

Personal and Proprietary

The website is for personal use only. Any other use without Milestone Therapy’s express written consent is prohibited. Any and all modification, reference, transaction, duplication or affiliation to the website or Milestone Therapy is prohibited.  All content on the website is the proprietary information of Milestone Therapy or the party that provided the content to Milestone Therapy.   Milestone Therapy and content providers shall retain all right, title and interest in the content


Milestone Therapy does not endorse any hyperlink or associated to any other website or database.  Milestone Therapy does not control, represent, warrant or guarantee the content of any hyperlink or content provided there in. 


Users of the website expressly grant to Milestone Therapy the free and continuing right to use any content in or regarding and relating to the website.  Milestone Therapy shall not be required to treat any content as confidential and may use any content without any liability or claim of any kind; personal, civil, legal or otherwise.

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.