Seven Stars: Get Help in our Autism School for Wyoming 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 Wyoming teen we admit. By combining residential and outdoor activities, Wyoming teens can get the best from both worlds.
Upon arrival, every Wyoming 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 Wyoming 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 Wyoming 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 Wyoming 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 Wyoming teens in a Autism School setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Mood Disorders
– School Refusal
– Adoption Issues
– Social Difficulties
– Academic Failure
– Learning Disorders
– Academic Difficulties
– Developmental Immaturity
– Technology Addiction
– Sensory Issues
– Family Problems
Autism School That Helps Wyoming Teens
Our autism school was founded with a mission to help Wyoming teens with various mental disorders on the autism spectrum. We don’t want our students to just get better, we want them to thrive and be successful and independent. Even though there are many obstacles the Wyoming teens have to overcome, our autism school believes that every Wyoming teen is special and has a set of abilities on which we will focus.
Our autism school is located in Utah near many natural wonders that are great for the adventure part of our therapy. However, even if you are located in Wyoming, we would think it would be a good idea for your child to spend time with us.
Sometimes, children on the autism spectrum need to be separated from their daily routines in order to make a mental and emotional progress. Our team of experts is here to make sure that Wyoming teens receive appropriate support and an individual treatment. A comprehensive assessment is done at the beginning to detect strengths and weaknesses of every teen so the best possible treatment plan can be created.
Wyoming teens with problems such as, ADD/ADHD; eating disorders, learning difficulties, family troubles, various addictions to technology or substances, and many others, can all find the help they need in our autism school.
Resources for Wyoming 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 Society – Autism Society is an organization with over 50 years of experience dealing with autism and related disorders. Their mission is to make the general public more aware of autistic individuals and their struggle, provide information about the newest drugs and treatments, and support autistic patients and their families.
Seven Stars Helps Families From Wyoming
Seven Stars helps Wyoming families from cities and towns like: Evansville Bar Nunn Cheyenne Casper Burns Pine Bluffs
Seven Stars helps Wyoming families from:
Some examples of cities from Wyoming which may have families who may be interested in Seven Stars include: Cheyenne Casper Evansville Bar Nunn Burns
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