4 Ways to Unlock Your Child’s Creativity

The start of a new year can serve as a fresh start for people of all ages, and it’s often a time when we reflect on how we can make positive changes in our lives. That’s why Randall Munson –… Read More

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6 Essential Toy Safety Tips for the Holiday Season

The holidays are here again, and many children will receive new toys as gifts. While toys can help kids learn and grow in addition to making them happy, it’s important to make sure none of their playthings could potentially injure… Read More

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Santa Claus is Coming to Little Steps

Santa Claus is coming to town soon, and he’s going to stop by Little Steps again this year. During the holiday season, many families visit shopping malls to see Santa. But for highly sensitive children, a busy mall during the… Read More

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Little Steps Will Participate in Glenview Holiday in the Park and Parade

Little Steps Pediatric Therapy will participate in the Holiday in the Park & Parade hosted by the Glenview (Illinois) Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, November 25 from 4-6 p.m. The annual event kicks off the holiday season with a parade… Read More

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Little Steps Pediatric Therapy Opens New Highland Park Location

Little Steps Pediatric Therapy has announced it will open a new location in November in Highland Park, Illinois to better accommodate its patients in the north. The pediatric therapy provider – based in Glenview, Illinois – has seen a growing… Read More

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Little Steps Sponsors OLPHun Run 5k to Help Needy Families

Little Steps Pediatric Therapy will sponsor the 2017 OLPHun Run 5k on Sunday, October 1 in Glenview, Illinois. The annual run/walk raises money for the Needy Family Fund, which is operated by the Our Lady of Perpetual Help (OLPH) Catholic… Read More

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5 Things Parents Should Know About ADHD

Have you noticed that your child’s attention seems to wander and that they have trouble staying focused on tasks at home and at school? Maybe their grades are slipping because they’re having difficulty sitting still and concentrating on in-class activities… Read More

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Is Your Child Ready for Kindergarten?

Summer isn’t over quite yet, but parents and kids alike have begun looking forward to (or possibly dreading) the start of the new school year. Children who are about to enter kindergarten are gearing up to take a big step… Read More

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Could Sippy Cups Hurt Your Child’s Speech Development?

In 1988, Richard Belanger decided he was tired of cleaning up spills, according to The New York Times. Belanger – a father and mechanical engineer – decided to find a way to stop toddlers from making messes when they dropped,… Read More

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Signs Your Child Could Have Sensory Processing Issues

Most kids explore the world around them using their senses, including sight, touch, taste, sound, and smell. Processing the information they receive from these sources allows them to learn about their surroundings and communicate with others. However, some children have… Read More

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