Learn How ITA can Help Your Child Thrive at Neighborhood Parents Network’s 6th Annual Developmental Resource Fair
On March 26th, ITA will be making an appearance at DePaul College Prep for NPN’s 6th Annual Fair. If your child is facing a unique set of challenges, come join us to learn how ITA can help her overcome personal obstacles and thrive at her happiest, healthiest potential.
Neighborhood Parent Network developed the Annual Developmental Resource Fair to provide Chicago-based families access to a compilation of available resources including school options and service providers. The various resources featured at the Fair pinpoint serving parents of children with developmental differences.
Developmental differences include developmental delays in speech or motor skills, sensory processing disorder, autism, ADD/ADHA, PDD-NOS, mixed receptive-expressive language disorder, Down syndrome and physical disabilities. ITA provides a plethora of specialized programming that caters to your child’s individual needs, and we are looking forward to sharing our information with you!
This special event is designed with parents of infant children through 8th graders in mind. You will discover what ITA can offer your child through Music, Art, Dance, and Drama Therapies. Our programs and services also include school, community, and wellness programs.
Stop by our booth on Sunday, March 26 at DePaul College Prep to find out how play at ITA can unlock your child’s greatest aptitudes. DCP is located at 3633 N. California Avenue in Chicago. The fair is scheduled to take place at 10:00 am and will run until 2:00 pm. This event is free and open to the public! RSVP at the provided link It is encouraged to make the fair an adult-only event, as its style and set-up may not be suitable for children. For more information, please visit http://www.npnparents.org/events/2667 or https://www.itachicago.org. We hope to see you there!