Who We Help

We help teens on the autism spectrum struggling with emotional, social, and behavioral issues.

Helping Boys & Girls With Autism Spectrum Disorder Level 1, Among Others:

Seven Stars helps boys and girls, ages 13 through 18, struggling with neurodevelopmental issues including autism and neurodiverse issues, executive function deficits (ADHD/ADD) and learning disorders (language-based, verbal and nonverbal). These neurodevelopmental issues, such as autism, are thought to be a primary cause of emotional and behavioral disturbance and/or presenting issues, listed below.

As with everything we do, Seven Stars’ goal is not to enumerate the challenges a student might be having, but to find the strengths of each student through the multiple elements of our program – assessments, residential treatment & outdoor adventure programming. Building on each students’ successes (the foundation of positive psychology), we strive to make each student as successful as possible through continual learning & growth.

Boys & Girls, Ages 13-17

Seven Stars helps boys and girls, ages 13 through 18, struggling with neurodevelopmental issues including autism, executive function deficits (ADHD/ADD) and learning disorders (language-based and nonverbal). The presenting challenges, such as social difficulties or developmental immaturities, are more important when determining if Seven Stars is right for your child.

Please contact us, at +18446011167, if you any questions regarding your child’s diagnoses & presenting issues. We are available to assist families in arranging transportation plans for their child.

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Our students typically present and share the following challenges and/or difficulties:

These presenting challenges rather than specific diagnoses, such as autism or learning disorders, are typically the more important characteristics in determining if Seven Stars is right for your child.

  • Developmental immaturity
  • Social difficulties
  • Academic difficulties
  • School refusal
  • Family problems
  • Anxiety and related issues (social anxiety, school avoidance, obsessive and/or compulsive behaviors, etc.)
  • Avoidance
  • Rigidity
  • Mood disorders (depression, bipolar disorder etc.)
  • Technology overuse (communication, entertainment, etc.)
  • Executive function deficits
  • Adoption issues
  • Sensory issues (sensory integration disorders, hypersensitivity & hyposensitivity, eating issues, etc.)
  • Trauma