Developmental Referral and Services Directory

The information in the Developmental Referral and Services Directory is available to all, but intended primarily for use by health care professionals to support the children and families they serve.

The Collaboration for Early Childhood created its Developmental Referral and Services Directory (DRSD) to help local health care providers make successful referrals for children ages 0 to 5 years old. Previously available only in print, this resource is now available here on our website. Using the search function, or the category filters in the online DRSD, physicians can easily identify important developmental assessment information and services in the Oak Park, River Forest, and Chicagoland areas with families of children with disabilities or developmental delays – and families who have concerns about their child’s development.

In addition to service listings, physicians and health care professionals can also find helpful information about Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education, the referral process for both systems, and referral forms for use with families. It is our goal that when a family has a concern about their child’s development, their primary care physician can provide them with clear information, and assist them with next steps to support their child’s healthy development and seek out early intervention, early childhood special education and other support services if needed.

The earlier we as a community are able to intervene to address developmental concerns, disabilities and/or developmental delays in our little ones, the better we are able to minimize children’s challenges and maximize their success.

Click to view or download the PDF version of the 2019-2020 Developmental Referral and Services Directory.

Rehabilitation Services at Westbrook

Organization Rehabilitation Services at Westbrook Program Type: Physical Therapy Description: Westbrook ...

Resurrection Health Care

Program Type Audiology Services Description (This location offers infant hearing screening services as ...

Rett Syndrome of Illinois

Organization Rett Syndrome of Illinois Program Type: Support groups, Resources & ...

Rush Medical Office Building, Rush Oak Park Hospital 🩺

Organization Rush Medical Office Building, RushOak Park Hospital Program Type: Speech/ Language ...

Rush University Medical Center – Communicative Disorders 🩺

Organization Rush University Medical Center – Communicative Disorders Program Type: Speech/ Language ...

Rush University Medical Center — Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics 🩺

Organization Rush University Medical Center — Developmental/Behavioral Pediatrics Program Type: Medical ...

Rush University Medical Center 🩺

Organization Rush University Medical Center Program Type: Audiology Services Description: Evaluations ...

Sertoma Speech & Hearing Center

Organization Sertoma Speech & Hearing Center Program Type: Developmental ...

Sertoma Speech & Hearing Center

Organization Sertoma Speech & Hearing Center Program Type: Audiology ...

Sertoma Speech & Hearing Center

Organization Sertoma Speech & Hearing Center Program Type: Speech/ Language ...

Smart Love Family Services 🩺

Organization Smart Love Family Services Program Type: Social - Emotional /Mental Health ...

Spina Bifida Association of Illinois

Organization Spina Bifida Association of Illinois Program Type: Support groups, Resources & ...

Entries that contain a stethoscope 🩺 symbol are places that may accept Medicaid for specific services. Please call to confirm.

Please note: this information has been compiled solely by the Collaboration for Early Childhood. All the information regarding state policies, eligibility criteria, and programming of listed facilities is what was shared with us, but it may have changed since we last updated the listing. We do not rate or endorse any provider, and our listings may not be comprehensive. If you see information that is inaccurate or missing, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

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