If your Nebraska child needs a safe place to receive therapeutic treatment, they are welcome at Seven Stars, an Aspergers school for struggling teens. Finding successful treatment methods for teens on the autism spectrum can be challenging, so we’re here to help. By using various forms of therapies, such as residential treatment and adventure outings, our Nebraska teens get the best out of both worlds.
Although not located in Nebraska and instead in Utah, we help teenagers across the country become the best versions of themselves. Since we believe that every child is unique, we design an individual approach for each of our students.
Your teen is only ever presented with age and ability appropriate challenges. That way, Nebraska teens in our Aspergers school are never overwhelmed. They get just the right amount of challenge so we can unlock their full potential. After finishing the therapy at our Aspergers school, Nebraska teens will come out with more confidence and improved social skills. Wilderness therapy instills the courage needed to help students learn to navigate social situations more effectively.
What Can Nebraska Teens Expect from An Aspergers School?
If your Nebraska teen on the autism spectrum needs help, our Aspergers school is a great place to start.
Although Seven Stars is located in Utah and not in Nebraska, 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.
We’ve joined various types of therapy together into one program to better serve the complex needs of each teen.
During their stay, Nebraska teens visit scenic locations near our Aspergers school as part of our outdoor recreation program.
Our Aspergers school staff thoroughly examines every Nebraska 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. For teens that need some time to settle, we provide a period of stabilization that can last a couple of weeks.
Teens will be a part of both traditional, on-campus therapy and experiential, adventure activities throughout their journey with us. While on campus, Nebraska teens in our Aspergers school participate in academic and social activities and are supported by individual and group therapies. Thanks to our detailed assessment, we can easily establish to what degree their intellect and their comfort zone can be challenged in order for them to grow.
Who does Seven Stars help?
Seven Stars helps teens struggling with:
– Issues making and keeping friends
– Not attending school
– Adoption and attachment related issues.
– Family Problems
– Challenges related to ADHD
– Issues related to trauma.
– Immaturity related to development
– Autism Spectrum Disorder
– Struggling with academic success.
– Feelings of Anxiety
– Video Game Addiction
– Learning Issues.
– Issues related to Aspergers
– Difficulties related to senses.
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