Every member of a child’s treatment team works tirelessly to help him or her adjust to the psychological, emotional, and social changes that take place following a brain injury or neurobehavioral disorder. Social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, special education teachers, and staff with expertise in ABA and neurological impairments are a part of this important interdisciplinary team.
Students have access to one-on-one therapeutic services with occupational (OT), physical (PT), and speech (SLP) therapists to improve daily living, fine and gross motor, and communication skills.
Students also have access to specialty services including psychiatry, brace clinics, and audiology clinics. A dedicated team of registered nurses is on site to meet a broad range of medical needs.