Why Choose Seven Stars Over Summer Camps For Arizona Teens with Autism?
Seven Stars, a therapeutic program for teens ages 13-17, works with teens struggling with neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism and learning disorders. If you’re choosing between summer camps for teens with autism for your Arizona teen, Seven Stars might be a good option for your child. Our therapeutic, academic, adventure, and psychiatric team are experts in their fields who have worked with teens on the spectrum for decades.
Seven Stars is located in Utah, but we help teens from Arizona and all over the country achieve success. We are an excellent alternative to autism camps in Arizona.
Seven Stars has helped hundreds of teens who struggle with challenges such as academic failure, rigidity, and social anxiety. Our program is a great alternative to summer camps for teens with autism because:
- Our program is short-term: Average length of stay at Seven Stars is 12-17 weeks. That’s just enough time to fill up your child’s summer. In just 3-4 months, students experience lasting changes that would never have taken place in a traditional summer camp setting.
- We offer insights into the specific needs of each student: Many families come to us puzzled by a recent diagnosis or in need of a treatment plan for their child’s challenges. Our assessment process, which takes place throughout the program, takes place in the moment. Students experience a variety of settings during their time at Seven Stars (outdoor experiential activities, residential treatment, etc.) which helps us gain a full picture of the specific strengths and needs of each student.
- Families are involved throughout the process: Unlike summer camps, where communication is limited, we encourage weekly family calls with your child. In order for lasting changes to occur, the entire family is involved throughout your child’s time with us.
Who does Seven Stars help?
Seven Stars helps Arizona teens in a Summer Camps For Teens With Autism setting who are struggling with issues similar to those below:
– Social Difficulties
– Developmental Immaturity
– Academic Difficulties
– Technology Addiction
– School Refusal
– Family Problems
– Sensory Issues
– Mood Disorders
– Sensory Issues
– Substance Use
– Academic Failure
A Great Alternative to Summer Camps For Arizona Teens With Autism
Seven Stars is a short term therapeutic program that combines traditional therapeutic techniques, assessments and adventure therapy. This specific blend of approaches provides all of the fun and adventure of a traditional summer camp, while also helping your teen grow and learn about themselves. We can help your family determine the best course of treatment for your child’s challenges.
Seven Stars is located just outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. We are surrounded by the beautiful Wasatch Mountains which provide us with endless opportunities for recreational activities.
Finding The Best Treatment Options For Your Child Through Assessment Programming
At Seven Stars, our goal is to guide families on a path towards success by providing an assessment process for their child on the autism spectrum. Many families come to us unsure of why their child is suddenly performing poorly in school or acting withdrawn.
Throughout your child’s time at Seven Stars, they will be assessed in a real world setting. Unlike other programs which offer assessments, students are continuously being assessed in a variety of environments. As students transition from one setting to the next, we are able to see the ways in which their reactions and behaviors change.
For more information about how Seven Stars can help your teen from Arizona, please call 844-601-1167.
Resources for Arizona Families Seeking Help
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)- NAMI offers assistance to individuals in need of help for a variety of mental health challenges. NAMI provides individuals with a vast collection of information which offer useful information for those who seek to learn more about mental health struggles. In addition to their more generalized information, NAMI also provides local information to help visitors find mental health resources in their local areas. NAMI gathering grassroots volunteers to fight against the stigma of mental health. They accept donations for continued research into various mental health issues and for raising awareness about mental health.
Mentalhealth.gov: MentalHealth.gov is operated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services which provides information about mental health challenges and offers resources for individuals to address mental health challenges. In addition to providing basic information about mental health, it also offers a database of information which allows visitors to look up local mental health resources.
Seven Stars Helps Families From Arizona
Seven Stars helps Arizona families from cities and towns like: Paradise Valley Carefree Cave Creek Rio Verde Sedona Scottsdale Catalina Foothills Fountain Hills Tortolita Tanque Verde
Seven Stars helps Arizona families from:
Some examples of cities from Arizona which may have families who may be interested in Seven Stars include: Phoenix Tucson Mesa Chandler Gilbert Glendale Scottsdale Tempe Peoria Surprise Yuma Avondale Goodyear Flagstaff Buckeye town Lake Havasu Casa Grande
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