About Key Therapies
We strive to provide effective, dynamic, fun, and exceptional pediatric therapy services in the home and community setting. We believe providing therapy in a natural environment gives children the greatest opportunity for carry over and success in their daily lives. The key to success requires the support of an integrative team, including therapists, educators, medical professionals, friends, and family members. Key Therapies strives to support and empower parents to become the best teachers and models for their children. We utilize a variety of strategies, coaching frameworks, and techniques to help children grow and achieve their goals.
Meet Sarah Chlebek
Sarah Chlebek, M.S. CCC-SLP is a licensed speech-language pathologist and member of ASHA. After working as an independent speech therapist, Sarah decided to create Key Therapies so that she could share her resources, knowledge, and expertise with families in need. Her vision for Key Therapies came from seeing a need for quality in-home therapy and wanting to provide services to help children grow and achieve their fullest potential.
Sarah specializes in diagnosing and treating children with Autism, Apraxia, and developmental delays. She has advanced clinical training in the Kaufman method, Social Thinking, and overcoming food selectivity. Sarah is Hanen certified and teaches It Takes Two to Talk. She has experience working with early literacy groups and social groups.
When Sarah is not busy working with her clients, she is at home with her two dogs. She enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants in Chicago, decorating, and going to local flea markets.
Meet Elana (Lana) Hunt
Growing up Lana knew that she wanted to be a speech-language pathologist after watching the improvements her brother made while receiving speech therapy. She wanted to help other people the same way his therapists helped him! Lana got her master’s degree from the University of Urbana-Champaign and started her career as an SLP. Lana specializes in feeding therapy and loves working with children who have feeding challenges. Being able to help children eat and enjoy food is so impactful! Lana is currently providing in person and Teletherapy sessions. In her free time, you might catch Lana teaching a yoga class, traveling, or playing guitar.
Meet Claudia Sudduth
Claudia is an SLPA and a full-time student who is studying to get her master’s degree in speech-language pathology. Claudia enjoys working with young children. She loves being able to witness the progress a child makes over time. Family is very important to Claudia and she enjoys being a football mom and cheering on her 3 sons.
Meet Carolyn Cease
Carolyn has been working with Sarah for several years now in the Early Intervention program. Carolyn changed career paths in 2008 and decided to become a speech-language pathologist assistant (SLPA). Carolyn’s down to earth personality and easy-going spirit help her to build special relationships with the families and children that she works with. Carolyn has an expansive knowledge base for autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In her free time, Carolyn enjoys traveling, reading, listening to music and experiencing new restaurants.
Words From Parents
Sarah came along and I started to see improvements instantly! He learned quickly and had fun at the same time. Now my son can speak in sentences. It’s no longer me trying to guess what he is feeling or trying to say. I can actually understand him. She has really done an amazing job.
We have seen a lot of improvements after Sarah came along. She did a great job and we are thankful for her help.
Ms. Sarah is an exceptional speech therapist. We are very grateful for her services and how much she has helped our son.
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