Our Day Treatment provides intensive hours of teaching and therapeutic training for children and adolescents with co-occurring mental health disorders.
We also provide intensive Day Treatment for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and other related disorders that impact mental, behavior, social, cognitive, and vocational skills.
Day Treatment is provided in a center-based setting, in an environment that is similar to a classroom.
The classroom contains environmental structure and adaptations that encourage therapy goals and provide extensive opportunities for children to practice skills and gain mastery.
Children will receive individualized treatment for their specific targets in a group setting.
This allows them to perform at their best, even when they are in a social or classroom situation.
Services by age:
PALS (Partners in Attaining Life Skills): Preschool (3-6), 1:1 or 1:2 staff to client ratio, 15-30 hours of services weeklySTARS (Supplemental Teaching of Adaptation, Resources, and Skills): School age (6-10), 1:1 up to 1:3 staff to client ratio, 15-20 hours of services weeklyTEAM (Teaching Everday Accommodations & Manners): Youth (10-15), 1:1 up to 1:3 staff to client ratio, 15-20 hours of services weeklyPEERS (Practicing Everyday Expectations with Respect and Success): Adolescent: (15+), 1:1 up to 1:4 staff to client ratio, 10-20 hours of services weeklyAges 18+ 1:1 up to 1:4 staff to client ratio, 10-20 hours of services weekly