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Chicago, IL USA
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • LEEP FORWARD's estimated annual revenue is currently $17.3M per year.(?)
  • LEEP FORWARD's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

Employee Data

  • LEEP FORWARD has 64 Employees.(?)
  • LEEP FORWARD grew their employee count by 25% last year.
  • LEEP FORWARD currently has 4 job openings.

LeepForward, Inc. specializes in treating children with autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, ADHD, regulatory disorders, and children that experience challenges with learning, peer interaction and sensory processing. We provide therapeutic experiences for sensational children through the DIR/floortime approach. Programs encourage regulation, social engagement and peer interaction as well as promote individual growth as it limits are expanded and horizons are broadened. Our goal is provide comprehensive and individualized program for the child and the family to reduce transitions, enhance relationships, and to foster spontaneous, mutually enjoyed, reciprocal interactions between members of a peer group. We introduce vocabulary and concepts in the following areas; emotional regulation, monitoring internal states, self-concept and self-esteem, character development, social awareness, negotiation, and compromise. We provide a structured environment while also following the children lead by facilitating naturally occurring play experiences, discussions and conversations. Language development is encouraged by choosing activities involving expressive and receptive language, non verbal communication, metalinguistic skills and sequencing skills. We create activities that teach and encourage perspective- taking. Perspective taking can be a challenging concept for many of our children but it is a vital skill in maintaining and expanding meaningful interactions. Its our hope to provide a safe and supportive environment where children are able to process their thoughts and feelings while learning and having fun.