What Can Our Autism School Offer to New Hampshire Teens?
Every New Hampshire parent with a teen on the autism spectrum knows how hard it is to find a suitable autism school that has everything needed for a mental and emotional progress of struggling New Hampshire teens.
Seven Stars offers a complex treatment plan, specifically designed for each and every New Hampshire teen we admit. To be able to create such a plan, we start assessing our students from the very first day.
New Hampshire students that stay with us are given a number of medical and psychological tests as well as comprehensive analysis of their mental and emotional state. For New Hampshire teens who experienced a trauma or are having a hard time being separated from their families, our autism school offers a stabilization period that can last up to two weeks.
After assessment and a (possible) stabilization period, New Hampshire students are involved in academic and social life on the campus, giving them an opportunity to increase their cognitive abilities, work on their social skills and find new friends. Individual and group therapies are there so teens can get an individual guidance and their progress can be measured. The adventure therapy is a big part of our autism school as well, as it teaches our students how to confront their fears and how to be more independent.
Autism School for New Hampshire Teens
Our autism school for New Hampshire teens combines several different types of treatment into one. At our facilities, New Hampshire teens on the autism spectrum will get everything they need to successfully overcome their obstacles, improve the quality of their lives, and reach their full potential. Our team is diverse and made out of experts who, together, cover every aspect of the treatment.
We at Seven Stars believe that, when combined together, residential treatment and adventure therapy can do wonders for New Hampshire teens with neurodevelopmental disorders. If needed, we also have a stabilization period in case we admit traumatized or struggling New Hampshire teens who first need to find their emotional and mental balance before starting with our therapy.
We admit teens in our autism school, ages 13-17, and create an individual program for each of them, challenging them academically and socially in order to get the best from them. It doesn’t matter if your home in New Hampshire is far away from our autism school in Utah. We encourage families from all over the country to visit our facilities and see for themselves if our environment would benefit their New Hampshire teens.
For more information about our autism school, call 844-601-1167.
Resources for New Hampshire Families Seeking Help
First Signs – First Signs was created to give every child on the autism spectrum a chance to receive a proper and timely care. Their main goal is to educate the parents and the professionals to recognize autism or a related disorder as early as possible so that the child can start a treatment as soon as possible. They offer all the information you need about getting a proper diagnosis and therapy for your child.
WebMD – WebMD is a medical portal on which you can learn about every aspect of physical and mental health and learn about prevention and treatments of almost every disease and disorder known to man. They offer dozens of articles regarding the autism spectrum and cover every step; from recognizing symptoms to finding a suitable treatment.
Who does Seven Stars help?
Seven Stars helps New Hampshire teens in a Autism School setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Technology Addiction
– Developmental Immaturity
– Adoption Issues
– Mood Disorders
– Learning Disorders
– Family Problems
– Academic Failure
– Sensory Issues
– Social Difficulties
– Academic Difficulties
– School Refusal
Seven Stars helps New Hampshire families from:
Seven Stars Helps Families From New Hampshire
Seven Stars helps New Hampshire families from cities and towns like: New Castle Rye Town of Hanover North Hampton Hollis Newfields Holderness Bedford Windham Greenland
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