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Payson, UT 84651
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Patti Hollenbeck-Dial, Ph.D. - Admissions
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For students struggling with verbal and non-verbal learning differences, everyday experiences can be very frustrating. Many times these struggles lead to additional emotional and interpersonal difficulties. Parents labor unceasingly to find answers as their child wrestles daily to find success.
Maple Lake Academy offers the answers addressing emotional and behavioral problems attributed to the effects of learning differences. With a safe and fun home environment and a balance of structure and love, girls can learn to succeed in the areas of self-discovery, academics, emotional health, family relationships, and social relationships.
Maple Lake Academy is a unique residential treatment center that specializes in providing a safe and nurturing home environment for adolescent girls who have been previously diagnosed with nonverbal, cognitive and/or language based learning disabilities.
This unique environment provides answers and long-term results to girls struggling with:
* LD / NLD
* Aspergers Disorder
* High Functioning Autism
* Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
* Dysthymic Disorder
* Generalized Anxiety
* Social Phobia
* Oppositional Defiant Disorder
* Parent-Child Conflict
Maple Lake Academy’s average class size is 5-7 students.
Student Education Plans(SEP) specifically address the individual academic needs of the student and offer interventions and strategies that deal with the following deficits: visual / perceptual , auditory processing, spatial awareness, conceptual, memory, work habits, social skills, and emotional / psychological issues as they relate to the classroom.
Every student studies and learns about their individual LD issues and will become experts in learning strategies that specifically address their LD challenges.
Teachers are trained in special education and learning disabilities.
Students will have daily, one-on-one tutoring
Daily teaching and reinforcement of different learning strategies that include, but are not limited to:
Availability of computer-based intervention programs that address specific LD learning strategies.
Reading, writing, math, computer exercises to practice skill building, as indicated by the needs of each individual student.
We work diligently with the student to help her make up any credit deficits in school she may have at the time of admission to Maple Lake Academy.
The therapeutic program at Maple Lake academy consists of structured individual, group, family and experiential therapies. Each student at Maple Lake receives a minimum of 20 hours of therapy each week. This allows the students the opportunity to work through personal and family struggles and gives the optimum opportunity to learn life skills in a consistent and individualized manner.
Throughout the therapeutic process, Maple Lake Academy therapists customize the treatment plan to fit each girl's specific needs. Without specific level systems and approaches, Maple Lake Academy monitors progress individually and focuses on strengths and successes. This builds self-esteem and allows the girls the opportunity to be a part of their progress, rather than just receiving feedback and being placed in levels with others.
# Each student has the right to an excellent education designed to meet the needs of her specific learning challenges.
# Each student with learning differences must be given the opportunity to discover her unique talents and gifts.
# Each student has the right to gain an understanding of her particular learning differences and the strategies that will help her be successful in the future.
# A student with learning differences must have the opportunity to acquire skills that will allow her to succeed in her interpersonal relationships with family, work and social environments.
# Family support and involvement is an integral part of the overall success for students with learning disabilities.
All people involved in the process of growth - the student, parents, teachers, therapists and staff must be willing to use their creativity and desire for knowledge to help the student embrace life and learning, one success at a time.
We help hundreds of families.
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