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Condell's Pediatric Alternatives in Creative Therapy (PACT) is a unique medical support service in Lake County for children and teens with neuromuscular disorders, such as spina bifida, cerebral palsy, head trauma, and spinal cord injuries, as well as those with developmental delay and speech-language disorders. PACT also treats children with genetic and congenital anomalies, structural abnormalities, such as cleft palate, and hearing/vision problems, sensory integration dysfunction and those receiving radiation or chemotherapy treatments.
Staffed with an interdisciplinary team of professionals, including physical therapists (PT), occupational therapists (OT), and speech-language pathologists, PACT partners with the family, school, physician and community to provide comprehensive intervention, as well as an individualized treatment program for each child.
Affiliated with Condell's Department of Rehabilitation Services, PACT became the first hospital-based program of its kind in Lake County in 1992. Today, PACT serves approximately 200 families and the demand for its services continues to grow.
We know children with unique needs and their families sometimes require special support and attention. Our goal is to help your child and your family meet these challenges, supporting you through every stage of your child's development.
Learn more about PACT:
What Families Say About PACT
Age-Specific Services and Treatment
Area Support Groups
Information for Physicians
How To Find PACT
Treatment for Sensory Defensiveness Disorders
PACT is located at 755 S. Milwaukee Avenue, Suite 283 in Libertyville on Condell Medical Center's campus. If you would like to contact us, call 847.367.3344.