Aspergers School for Georgia Teens

Get academic and therapeutic assistance for your child at Seven Stars, an Aspergers school for struggling teens in Georgia. Successfully treating the social and academic challenges your child faces begins with our comprehensive program that combines different types of therapies into one. Our program is designed to provide long term solutions for Georgia teens. We aim to give our students the strategies needed to navigate fuller, happier lives.

Even though we are located in Utah and not in Georgia, we treat teens from all over the U.S. Residential and wilderness therapy combined can lead to more successful outcomes than just engaging in one type of therapy alone. Using the most proven methods available, we aim to help your Georgia teen find their way and become who they’ve always wanted to be.

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We work with teenagers between the ages of 13-18. For each student, we create a personalized plan that involves both individual and group therapy. With our thorough assessment, we are able to determine their social and academic skills and challenge them accordingly and give them tasks we know they can accomplish. To get more information about our Aspergers school, call us at 844-601-1167.

Seven Stars: Get Treatment in Our Aspergers School for Georgia Teens

Finding a suitable Aspergers school for teens can be a challenging process. It’s our goal to provide a specialized, exceptional treatment plan for each child. Only when we recognize the strengths and potential of every Georgia teen we admit, can we help them in the best possible way.

Although we are located in Utah and not Georgia, we admit teens from across the U.S. Removing your child from their everyday environment is often helpful in successfully completing treatment.

The treatment in our Aspergers school is carried out in a combination of assessments, adventure outings, and therapeutic work in a residential treatment setting. We fully assess every teen by using numerous physical and psychological tests. We need to understand where students are to create their individual action plans.

After assessing your child’s needs, we use all the information we gathered during the assessment and plan academic and social activities for each student. The teens participate in various forms of off-campus therapy throughout this part of the program. In the traditional residential setting, they work on communication skills and are encouraged to practice self-reflection. Through trips off campus, students can learn helpful skills they can easily apply to everyday life, all under the supervision of our experienced staff.

In our Aspergers school, residential treatment programming will be up to four months long depending on the student. After that, further steps are discussed with the parents.

Who does Seven Stars help?

Seven Stars helps teens struggling with:

– Challenges related to ADHD

– Anxiety

– Issues related to mood disorders.

– Family Problems

– Issues making and keeping friends

– Academic failure.

– Refusing to go to school

– Issues related to Aspergers

– Issues related to trauma.

– Learning-Related Challenges.

– Online Addiction

– Sensory Related Issues.

– Adoption Issues

– Immaturity related to development

– Autism Spectrum Disorder

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