Children's Museum In Oak Lawn 5100 Museum Dr, Oak Lawn, IL60453 The Children's Museum in Oak Lawn is a place where children can enjoy learning through fun and exciting exhibits. It…More opened in the summer of 2009. Museum programs and activities are created according to the Illinois Learning Standards which are also required in local school curriculum.
Papoose Children's Center 5354 W 95th St, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Papoose Children's Center provides early childhood programs for pre-k and kindergarten students. It's been in operation…More for nearly 50 years. Children are engaged in fun but educational activities to help them learn and grow.
Thomas A. Swingler, D.D.S. 4600 W 103rd St, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Thomas A. Swingler, D.D.S. is a dentist in Oak Lawn offering general preventative dental care for adults and children.…More The office's reception area offers toys to keep children relaxed and entertained. Dr. Swigler also specializes in cosmetic and restorative procedures. Call for additional information or to request an appointment.
Advocate Hope Children's Hospital 4400 W 95th St, Oak Lawn, IL60453 Advocate Hope Children's Hospital combines extraordinary medical care in a child-centered setting. The hospital is…More staffed by more than 140 pediatricians representing more than 30 specialties. The hospital shares a campus with Advocate Christ Hospital and Medical Center.
Penny Lane School 4527 Southwest Hwy, Oak Lawn, IL60453 The Penny Lane School in Oak Lawn accepts children from 6 weeks to 12 years of age. It has special classes and…More programs for infants, toddlers, pre-k, kindergarten and school-age children. It also offers a summer camp open to all ages.
PRIDE Alternative School is a public school entity and a member of the AERO Special Education Cooperative in Burbank.…More The school is located in the same building with the Oak Lawn-Hometown School District 123 administrative office.
PRIDE stands for Personal Responsibility through Independence and Developmental Education. The school is set up to serve children ages 5-21 who, because of behavioral or emotional disorders, are not experiencing academic success at their home school.
Children received group and individualized academic instruction in small classrooms of ten students. Other components of the PRIDE program include behavioral management and individual, group and family therapy.
Programs are designed to reintegrate children back into their home schools. There is also a short-term program for children in behavioral or emotional crisis, where they can receive academic services in a therapeutic setting.
PRIDE Alternative School serves children throughout the AERO Special Education Cooperative's 12 member public school districts, including Ridgeland School District 122, Oak Lawn-Hometown School District 123 and Oak Lawn Community High School District 229. Transportation for students is provided by the school.