Choosing the Seven Stars Experience for Hawaii Teens
Healing and fun rarely go together. Seven Stars, a residential treatment center for teens on the autism spectrum, combines the two into an unforgettable experience for struggling Hawaii teens. At Seven Stars, every day is different, new, and fun. With a wide variety of activities from hiking and mountain biking, to canoeing and even skiing Seven Stars turns every new moment into an adventure.
These adventures are not merely for fun, however; in fact, they are educational and therapeutic experiences. Many situations require teens to simultaneously be reliable individuals and work together as a team. By helping each other through difficult situations, Hawaii adolescents can learn key skills such as self-reliance, responsibility, and communication.
Naturally, as all these activities are part of Seven Stars, the professional staff monitors the adventures to guarantee safety. Although the adventures are thrilling, they are also completely safe. This one-of-a-kind environment allows Hawaii teens to truly embark on a healing path.
Although Seven Stars is located in the beautiful mountains of Utah, we help students from all over the United States including Hawaii. We accept teens 13-17 struggling with various issues, such as a neurodevelopmental disorder or a learning disorder. For more information, call 844-601-1167 today!
Seven Stars Guides Hawaii Teens Toward Success
No two children are the same and neither are the struggles they encounter. Be it a neurodevelopmental disorder, mental illness, or simply needing a break (among countless other possibilities), every challenge has its own causes and symptoms. At Seven Stars, a top residential treatment center for young people on the autism spectrum, the treatment is tailored to every childs needs. Through Seven Stars, struggling Hawaii teens can find their way back toward a journey of success.
Seven Stars is located in Utah, but we help teens from all over the country, including Hawaii.
At Seven Stars, each student is more than a diagnosis or a label. In fact, the first step of the program involves an optional stabilization (to ensure that a childs transition into the residential treatment center occurs smoothly) and an assessment that analyzes a childs personality, strengths, and weaknesses. Following the assessment, a personalized treatment plan is formed to best suit every childs needs.
The Seven Stars program is centered on positive psychology. Rather than focus on what is wrong, the residential treatment center experience targets a childs strengths. Building on the positive instead of the negative allows struggling Hawaii teens to truly explore who they are and discover new passions, interests, and skills that appeal to them. With Seven Stars, Hawaii families can rest easy: your child is in the best of hands.
Resources for Hawaii Families Seeking Help
NIMH The lead federal agency for research on mental disorders, the National Institute of Mental Health provides a wealth of information regarding the latest government developments in the mental health area. These developments often include research and the latest discoveries in the field. Brief descriptions of the mental illnesses themselves are also available.
Your Little Professor While specifically oriented toward children with autism, Your Little Professor offers a wealth of suggestions in virtually all areas of mental illness in general. Similarly, many tips offered by the website can be applied by parents toward children struggling with other issues. The website also contains mental health data and research.
Who does Seven Stars help?
Seven Stars helps Hawaii teens in a Residential Treatment Center setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Social Difficulties
– Technology Addiction
– Academic Difficulties
– Developmental Immaturity
– School Refusal
– Substance Use
– Family Problems
– Sensory Issues
– Sensory Issues
– Academic Failure
– Mood Disorders
Seven Stars helps Hawaii families from:
Seven Stars Helps Families From Hawaii
Seven Stars helps Hawaii families from cities and towns like: Kilauea Haleiwa Kailua Puako Haiku Laie Kaaawa Kaneohe Koloa Princeville
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