Oklahoma Teens Can Get Treatment in our Autism School
Our autism school for Oklahoma teens is specialized in working with teen boys and girls who are on the autism spectrum or have some other neurodevelopmental disorder. Every Oklahoma teen that we admit is fully assessed and, if needed, provided with a stabilization period in which he or she can recuperate emotionally and mentally and get ready for the rest of the treatment. Our autism school combines several different types of therapy so every Oklahoma teen can get the best out of each one.
We are located in Utah at a location which provides us with numerous options for the adventure therapy, which is an important part of our treatment. For families living in Oklahoma, we offer tours so you can see for yourself everything our autism school offers for Oklahoma teens.
Our team, consisting of all the relevant professionals, is always happy to talk to you and describe you their work with Oklahoma teens. It can even be a plus for struggling Oklahoma teens to be separated from their usual environment so they can learn new life skills, be more independent, improve their social and academic skills, and learn how to function without a constant support of their families. Only then can Oklahoma teens develop the necessary attitude to succeed in life.
Seven Stars: Get Help in our Autism School for Oklahoma Teens
With so many options available, finding a suitable autism school for your teen can be difficult. Seven Stars provides a detailed treatment plan, specially made for each Oklahoma teen we admit. By combining residential and outdoor activities, Oklahoma teens can get the best from both worlds.
Upon arrival, every Oklahoma teen we admit is assessed by numerous psychological, health, and academic tests. We want to get a clear picture of our patients’ abilities so we can make sure to challenge them enough to develop their potential, but not too much to overwhelm them. If a Oklahoma teen is traumatized or has issues with adapting to a new environment, we offer a stabilization period that can last up to two weeks. Once a Oklahoma student is ready for further therapy, we continue with the second phase of our treatment.
The second phase can last up to 4 months and consists of residential treatment at our autism school and adventure therapy at beautiful locations in Utah. While the Oklahoma teens are indoors, they receive individual and group therapies and participate in the academic and social life of our autism school. This gives them an opportunity to explore their mental capacities as well as making new friends.
Who does Seven Stars help?
Seven Stars helps Oklahoma teens in a Autism School setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Sensory Issues
– School Refusal
– Learning Disorders
– Mood Disorders
– Adoption Issues
– Technology Addiction
– Family Problems
– Academic Failure
– Social Difficulties
– Academic Difficulties
– Developmental Immaturity
Resources for Oklahoma Families Seeking Help
Safety.com – This website provides information about making your home secure from various incidents, such as burglary, earthquake, fire, and more. They have a special guide for autistic kids that will help you make your home safer for your child. It will also teach you what precautions to take when your child is in school and in other public places.
Autism Today – Autism Today is a website with plenty of resources regarding the autism spectrum. You can find professionals in your area for a specific disorder and use their online library with over 2500 articles written by experts and people whose family members are on the autism spectrum. They also organize various workshops for individuals with autism and their families.
Seven Stars Helps Families From Oklahoma
Seven Stars helps Oklahoma families from cities and towns like: Nichols Hills Edmond Goldsby Forest Park Piedmont Jenks Bixby Newcastle Blanchard Dickson
Seven Stars helps Oklahoma families from:
Some examples of cities from Oklahoma which may have families who may be interested in Seven Stars include: Oklahoma City Tulsa Norman Broken Arrow Lawton Edmond Moore Midwest Enid
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