Seven Stars, an Aspergers school for New Mexico teens, is a place where your child can find safety and support from our team of experts. Whether your New Mexico 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.
Although not located in New Mexico and instead in Utah, we help teenagers across the country become the best versions of themselves. Having a personalized program plan for your teen is the key to creating a successful therapeutic experience.
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, New Mexico teens in our Aspergers school are never overwhelmed. Faced with challenging situations, students will uncover the best version of themselves. Upon completing the therapy at our Aspergers school, New Mexico teens will have hope for the future and a greater understanding of themselves. Wilderness therapy instills the courage needed to help students learn to navigate social situations more effectively.
What Can New Mexico Teens Expect from An Aspergers School?
New Mexico teens with emotional and behavioral difficulties come to our Aspergers school for a supportive environment in which to transform their lives.
Although Seven Stars is not located in New Mexico, we provide services to teens throughout the country. Many parents find that sending their child away from home to receive treatment can promote personal growth.
The Seven Stars program combines several therapies into one, enabling our students to determine exactly which kind of therapy works for them.
Knowing exactly where our students are, both emotionally and physically at arrival, helps us determine the best path forward. 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.
Over the course of their time at Seven Stars, students participate in both residential and adventure programming. Our Aspergers school provides academic instruction and socialization opportunities to students in a safe, supportive environment. 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.
During their stay, New Mexico teens visit scenic locations near our Aspergers school as part of our outdoor recreation program.
Who does Seven Stars help?
Seven Stars helps teens struggling with:
– Trauma-related struggles.
– Autism-related issues
– Issues succeeding academically.
– Immaturity related to development
– Learning Issues.
– Attachment Issues
– Not attending school
– Generalized Anxiety Disorder
– Dysfunction within the Family
– Social Difficulties
– Technology Addiction
– Attention Deficit Disorder
– Issues related to mood disorders.
– Sensory Issues.
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