Seven Stars, an Aspergers school for Michigan teens, is a place where boys and girls, ages 13-17, can spend several months in a safe environment and get mental and emotional support from our team of experts. Whether your Michigan teen is on the autism spectrum, suffers from difficulties socializing, or has a learning disorder, our Aspergers school is here to provide them with the necessary treatment. Combining many different types of therapies helps us determine what works best for your child.
Despite being located in Utah and not in Michigan, we provide treatment for teens from all over the United States. We create a specific plan for each student, based on their particular needs.
A wide range of tests and examinations are performed to give us all the information we need to challenge our students on an academic and social level. That way, Michigan teens in our Aspergers school are never overwhelmed. It’s important to find the right balance of give and take to encourage them to find their true selves. Upon completing the therapy at our Aspergers school, Michigan teens will have hope for the future and a greater understanding of themselves. Your child can gain independence and improve their social skills through our wilderness therapy.
What Can Michigan Teens Expect from An Aspergers School?
Michigan teens on the autism spectrum struggling with emotional and behavioral challenges could benefit from attending an Aspergers school that will provide everything he or she needs to reach their fullest potential.
Although Seven Stars is located in Utah and not in Michigan, we provide services to children across the United States. Often, getting treatment in a different environment than one’s everyday life can be especially successful.
Seven Stars developed a program that combines several therapeutic models into one so that our students can benefit from each one.
Our Aspergers school staff thoroughly examines every Michigan teen that we admit in order to get a clear picture of their physical health and their intellectual, emotional, and social skills. Our team makes a plan to fit your child’s needs based on all of the information gathered in the initial examination. If your teen needs some time to adjust to the new environment, we can create a safe space for them to do so.
Over the course of their time at Seven Stars, students participate in both residential and adventure programming. While on campus, Michigan teens in our Aspergers school participate in academic and social activities and are supported by individual and group therapies. Understanding what motivates each teen enables our team to create attainable goals for students to reach, increasing their confidence and providing the tools they need to create long-term success.
While off campus, Michigan teens get to enjoy outdoor activities on beautiful locations near our Aspergers school, learn to cooperate with other students and be more independent.
Who does Seven Stars help?
Seven Stars helps teens struggling with:
– Issues related to mood disorders.
– Refusing to go to school
– Attention Deficit Disorder
– Online Addiction
– Issues with developmental immaturity
– Learning Disorders.
– Feelings of Anxiety
– Struggling with academic success.
– Trauma-related struggles.
– Issues making and keeping friends
– Dysfunction within the Family
– Sensory Related Issues.
– Adoption and attachment related issues.
- Autism and Anxiety: Why Social Challenges May Be Causing the IssueWhen you first think of anxiety you may think of it as a relatively common disorder that many adults face on a regular basis. But, did you know that people on the autism spectrum show significantly higher rates of anxiety disorders than people who are not on the spectrum? Autism spectrum... Read more »
- The Difference Between Positive & Negative Smartphone Use in TeensIt’s no secret that smartphone usage is on the rise, in fact approximately 81 percent of Americans own a smartphone. Not only that but, the average smartphone user spends nearly 3 hours per day on their smartphone. To some, this may not sound like that big of a number, but... Read more »
- Is My Teen with Autism Suffering from Depression?Children with Autism are four times as likely to experience depression at some point in their lives than their neurotypical peers. There are many reasons why this might be the case including a realization that they are different, struggling to cope with academic expectations, and struggling to understand social rules... Read more »