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Chicago Reading and Dyslexia Center
410 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 614
Chicago, IL 60605
Adults and children learn tools to overcome problems with learning disabilities and related struggles with reading, writing, math, coordination and organization. There are various Davis programs that target different problems. All the Davis programs are one-on-one and intensive (30 hours per week). Learn more. Ms. Ainis is working towards a license as a Davis Autism Approach provider. Learn more.
Ages: 9 and up (must be verbal).
Accepts private insurance.
Cost: depends on individual needs.
No wait list for the autism program.
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
Julie Bogdanski, MA, Center Director
137 N. Oak Park Ave., Suite 212
Oak Park, IL 60301
Karen Rappaport, MEd, Center Director
405 Lake Cook Road, Suite 207
Deerfield, IL 60015
Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes is an organization dedicated to helping students learn to their potential. Each individual will receive a comprehensive evaluation, strengths and weaknesses are explained, and a diagnosis and instruction plan offered. Their research-driven instruction develops the sensory-cognitive processes of phonemic awareness, symbol imagery, and concept imagery. Lindamood-Bell instruction is recognized as being effective for individuals with the symptoms of autism spectrum disorders, dyslexia, hyperlexia and ADHD.
Ages: 5 and up.
Private and public insurance not accepted.
Cost varies depending on recommended programs.
No wait list.
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Autism is a complex disorder. Our Web site provides information and resources for families with a child with autism. If you feel your child is experiencing behavior and/or symptoms that may be associated with autistic spectrum disorders, please contact your pediatrician or a licensed physician. A comprehensive evaluation may be needed from a psychologist, neurologist, psychiatrist, speech therapist and other professionals.
The Autism Resource Center's referral and resource list is not an all-inclusive list and is subject to change. Each day the Autism Resource Center's team will be adding new resources and building to our Web site. If you have trouble finding a referral within your area, we encourage you to call (312) 563-2272 for further information. We hope that you visit our Web site again for any future referrals.