Telehealth is the delivery of health-related services via telecommunication technologies. It allows long-distance patient and clinician contact, care, advice, education, intervention, and monitoring. Telehealth is the perfect way to provide effective treatment that complements the schedule, preferences, and needs of the client–available for kids and adults.


Skilled Nursing


ICG uses only licensed Registered Nurses to lead the care of in-home patients. The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for assessing care needs and for coordinating all services on an ongoing basis.


Developmental Therapy


Developmental therapy focuses on HOW a child develops during the most significant period of growth: birth to five-years-old. Developmental therapists do not address one specific area, but instead look at a child GLOBALLY (e.g., cognitive skills, language and communication, social-emotional skills and behavior, gross and fine motor skills, self-help skills).

Occupational Therapy


Occupational therapists use everyday activities (occupations) to improve patients’ health and to give patients increased control. Common occupational therapy interventions include helping disabled children participate fully in school and social situations, helping injured people regain skills, and providing support for older adults experiencing physical and cognitive changes.

Physical Therapy


Physical therapy, also known as functional rehabilitation, helps people improve or maintain the ability to perform daily activities. Physical therapy builds strength, flexibility, and endurance, and also promotes proper biomechanics (e.g., posture) for spine stability and injury prevention.


Speech Therapy


Speech therapy evaluates, diagnoses, and treats speech and communication disorders. It also addresses swallowing and eating disorders.


Mental Health & Social Services


ICG’s licensed professional counselors are experienced in treating a variety of mental health topics including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, life transitional stressors, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, and career/professional development.

Brain Injury Case Management


The Brain Injury (TBI) Program is a Medicaid waiver program through the Illinois Department of Human Services (DHS) Office of Rehabilitative Services (ORS). It was established to provide individuals with home service assistance in order for them to remain in the community and out of institutions such as nursing homes.

Durable Medical Equipment


Durable Medical Equipment (DME) is any medical equipment used to improve the quality of life. DME can strengthen patients, improve function, or overcome a disorder or impairment.