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Chicago Birth Injury Resources

Resources for Parents of Children With Birth Injuries

Based in Chicago, Illinois, our birth injury attorneys represent families throughout Chicago, Cook County and Illinois. Below, we have compiled a list of local birth injury resources in Chicago, Illinois that may be useful to you.
If you believe that your child has suffered a birth injury due to medical error or medical negligence, reach out to our experienced birth injury lawyers. We will listen to your unique story and help you determine any legal options that may be available to you. We welcome you to fill out our online contact form, chat with us online or call us at (312) 681-7746 to learn more about seeking legal action for your child’s birth injury.
Disclaimer: Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. did not write the descriptions of the resources listed on this page. These descriptions were sourced from the resources’ websites. Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. has no affiliation with these listed resources and inclusion on this list is no way an endorsement from Grant & Eisenhofer P.A..

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Children’s Hospitals and NICUs in Chicago

Financial Help in Chicago

Children’s Therapy Services in Chicago

  • Advocate Children’s Hospital. The Coordinated Care for Children with Medical Complexity (CCCMC) program provides health care when your child has multiple medical problems due to premature birth, a traumatic brain injury, or conditions such as cerebral palsy, DiGeorge syndrome or spina bifida.
  • Chicago Kids Therapy. Chicago Kids Therapy is a group of passionate physical therapists who specialize in working with children.
  • Imagine Pediatric Therapy. Imagine Pediatric Therapy was created to give children the life skills for a bright future and to give families the support and knowledge to better care for their kids with special needs.
  • Lumiere Children’s Therapy. Lumiere Children’s Therapy is a full service, multidisciplinary pediatric therapy practice located in Chicago that serves the developmental needs of children from birth to 18 years of age.
  • Oak Tree Developmental Center. Oak Tree Developmental Center is a pediatric therapy clinic offering occupational, physical, and speech and language therapy.
  • Next Steps Chicago. Next Steps is a not-for-profit organization which provides innovative treatment for patients afflicted with an array of neurological conditions.
  • Playworks Therapy, Inc. PlayWorks Therapy, Inc. encourages and enriches the lives of children by helping them achieve their fullest potential through our therapeutic services.
  • Shirley Ryan Ability Lab. AbilityLab introduces its revolutionary care through 5 Innovation Centers – state-of-the-art hospital facilities and equipment for exceptional patient care provided by the best medical and nursing support.
  • Shriners Children’s Pediatric Rehabilitation Program. Shriners Children’s pediatric rehabilitation program supports your child physically, developmentally and emotionally.

Support Organizations

  • Access Living. We challenge stereotypes, protect civil rights, and champion social reforms.
  • Aspire Chicago. Aspire was founded in 1960 and is recognized throughout Illinois and Wisconsin as a leader in providing bold, pioneering and uncompromising services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, their families and their communities.
  • Center for Independence Through Conductive Education. The Center for Independence helps children and young adults with disabilities achieve their highest level of independence in the home, school, community and workforce.
  • JFCH Chicago. JCFS Chicago’s vision for supporting children and adults with disabilities comprehensively addresses community needs beginning at birth, through childhood, young adults and adults.
  • The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago. We offer education, advocacy, and case management to people living with epilepsy, their families, and the communities in which they live, all in the service of helping our constituents seize the narrative back from epilepsy.
  • Ray Graham Association. Ray Graham Association offers families strategies to support their loved ones and integrate them into the community.
  • United Cerebral Palsy Seguin of Greater Chicago. United Cerebral Palsy Seguin of Greater Chicago is a charitable not-for-profit agency serving individuals with disabilities in metropolitan Chicago and beyond.
  • University of Illinois Chicago’s Division of Specialized Care for Children. We partner with Illinois families and communities to help children and youth with special healthcare needs connect to services and resources.

Accessible Activities for Children in Chicago

  • Adaptive Adventures. Our mission is to provide progressive outdoor sports opportunities to improve quality of life for children, adults and veterans with physical disabilities and their families.
  • Art Institute of Chicago. Founded in 1879, the Art Institute of Chicago is one of the world’s major museums, housing an extraordinary collection of objects from across places, cultures, and time. The Art Institute of Chicago welcomes all visitors and is committed to making its programs and services accessible to everyone. We offer a range of resources and programs designed specifically for adults and children with disabilities.
  • Chicago Children’s Museum. Chicago Children’s Museum’s mission is to improve children’s lives by creating a community where play and learning connect. Chicago Children’s Museum believes an accessible and inclusive museum must address each visitor’s experience—making the museum’s facilities, offices, exhibits, services, programs, digital spaces, and staff welcoming to all.
  • Chicago Children’s Theatre. Chicago Children’s Theatre aspires to enrich our community through diverse and significant theatrical and educational programming that engages and inspires the child in all of us.
  • Field Museum. The Field Museum fuels a journey of discovery across time to enable solutions for a brighter future rich in nature and culture. We want everyone to have a great time at the museum, so we strive to make our programs, exhibitions, and facilities accessible for everyone by removing barriers, delivering a welcoming and relevant experience, and providing opportunities for meaningful engagement.
  • KEEN Chicago. KEEN’s mission is to empower youth with disabilities and impact volunteer coaches through participation in free, non-competitive, one-on-one programs of physical activity and fun, supporting the overall health and well-being of all participants.
  • Lincoln Park Zoo. Our mission is to connect people with nature. We strive to remove barriers and ensure everyone can fully experience the zoo, and are committed to an environment that is inclusive and welcoming.
  • Museum of Science and Industry. The Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago—one of the largest science museums in the world—is home to more than 400,000 square feet of hands-on exhibits designed to spark scientific inquiry and creativity. The Museum of Science and Industry is committed to providing a quality experience for all guests.
  • Navy Pier. Navy Pier is where you go in Chicago for events, free public programs, attractions, culture, dining, shopping and more. The Sensory Friendly Navy Pier app helps families, especially young children and kids with disabilities, prepare for a day at Navy Pier.
  • Shedd Aquarium. Shedd Aquarium connects nature lovers and animal enthusiasts with the aquatic animal world. At Shedd, we believe there should be no boundaries to your experience. Our exhibits, restrooms and most behind-the-scenes program locations are fully accessible.
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