Read Below To See All Of Our Media Mentions And Appearances!

North Shore Pediatric Therapy named one of Inc. Magazine's fastest growing US Companies!

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North Shore Pediatric Therapy has been recognized for three years in a row by Inc. Magazine as one of the top 5,000 fastest growing American companies. This honor is a reflection of our commitment to nonstop growth and in bringing happiness and results to every single one of the families we work with. This honor reflects our position as the authoritative thought leaders in Pediatric Therapy. 

North Shore Pediatric Therapy featured in the Harvard Business Review for innovative process managementHarvard Business Review Logo


The article, titled “How to Engage the Front Line in Process Improvement” focuses on companies using front line employee suggestions to improve company processes or “the way things are done.” North Shore Pediatric Therapy is featured along side other successful companies such as Kelloggs, Starbucks and Chevron for our use of an online collaboration tool allowing all employees to share new ideas to help create an “innovative, client-focused, and employee-driven company.”

North Shore Pediatric Therapy interviewed on Oprah's Website for Packing Healthy Lunches For Your Children!

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Back to School! North Shore Pediatric Therapy featured on!
The article, titled "Start Your School Year in Good Health" offers outstanding advice to ensure your kids are geared up for a healthy school year. Our number one tip? "Take your kids to the classroom. Get comfortable with new - and old - faces can help take the edge off."

North Shore Pediatric Therapy's experts on ADHD and Organizational Skills were interviewed on!

The article, titled "A Parent's Guide to Back-to-School Woes"discusses the importance of regularly visiting your pediatrician to provide a thorough check-up for your Oprah Logo child. Since many children are bursting with energy heading back to school, it's imperative that parents' are careful not to write off attention deficit disorder or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as bad behavior. Kids with ADD and ADHD are often easily distracted and struggle with hyperactivity and lack of impulse control and organization tasks such as problem solving and planning.

ABC Channel 7 interviews our Experts on Special Needs and Bullying describe the image

ABC7 Karen Meyers interviews our Pediatric Neuropsychologist and Marriage and Family Counselor along with a child and 2 mothers on the prevalence of bullying children with disabilities.

NBC Channel 5 interviewed North Shore Pediatric Therapy! describe the image

NBC5 invited NSPT to their studios to explain to parents and teachers how to identify bullying and how to prevent it!    For a more detailed list of red flags and solutions, read our blog.

ABC7 Covers our Award Winning Behavior 911® Program for Nannies!describe the image

ABC7 visited our Glenview clinic to highlight our popular Behavior 911 Workshop for Nannies.  Workshops are offered monthly.  For more on the program that helps parents and teachers alike, click here.


 North Shore Pediatric Therapy was interviewed by Linda Yu and Sylvia Perez on ABC7 about Bullying describe the image

ABC7 invited North Shore Pediatric Therapy's Social Worker to discuss how parents and teachers can identify bullying and what they can do  to prevent it.  For a more detailed list of red flags and solutions, read our blog.  You may also see the clip on ABC7's website by clicking here.


North Shore Pediatric Therapy was interviewed on ABC 7 on a special segment about Sensory Processing Disorder!ABC 7 logo

North Shore Pediatric Therapy's Occupational Therapist and Company Founder, Deborah Michael was interviewed and featured on ABC 7 news about Sensory Processing Disorder  and how it effects children daily.  


North Shore Pediatric Therapy was interviewed by ABC7 for a Segment on Play Areas for Children with Special Needs:ABC 7 logo

North Shore Pediatric Therapy experts explain the positives and calming effects a properly constructed Play Area can have on Children with Autism.


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