SPICE provides a wide variety of Therapy Services to meet the needs of you and your child. Services are based on your child's individual needs and are provided in a fun learning rich environment that enables your child to reach their full potential. Services are provided in individual and group sessions based on your child's needs.
SPICE therapists receive extensive training in pediatrics and specialize in working with children birth to age fourteen.
All SPICE therapists maintain State of Illinois Licensing and credentialing to enable them to provide the high quality of therapeutic care that Central Illinois has come to expect from the SPICE program.
Illinois' Early Intervention program's mission is to assure that families who have infants and toddlers, birth to three, with diagnosed disabilities, developmental delays or substantial risk of significant delays receive resources and supports that assist them in maximizing their child's development, while respecting the diversity of families and communities.SPICE is the largest provider of Therapy Services in Early Intervention in McLean County.
To Learn More about receiving services for your child under the age of three:
So much happens in the first 3 years of life! Have us help you understand and learn more about your child’s development. The screening will showcase your child's developmental milestones while uncovering any potential delays. It is important to keep up with your child's progress by having a screening completed every three months.
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1606 Hunt Dr.
Normal, IL 61761
Family services provide information, education and support that address the concerns and stressors which may accompany having a child with special needs. We provide parents and caregivers with support through our Parent Support Group (P.A.L.) Play And Learn.
Our social workers have years of experience assisting parents and children with disabilities. Counseling services help clients and family members develop the skills needed to cope, thrive and live confident and fulfilling lives.
We offer educational resources, networking opportunities and social activities for children, families and caregivers.
We welcome calls from the community looking for information, resources and referral suggestions. Some questions we hear frequently relate to school programming and IEPs, toilet training, behavior and anxiety. Whether one-time, short-term or on-going, our services address a wide variety of needs and concerns.