Seven Stars’ programs accepts children with attention deficit disorders, autism spectrum disorder and learning disorders (language based and nonverbal) – boys and girls, ages 13 through 18.
Safety is our primary concern; therefore, through our licenses, strong accreditations & memberships, Seven Stars provides high standards of quality care.
If you have any questions regarding safety or our policies at Seven Stars’ program, for children with attention deficit disorders, autism spectrum disorder and learning disorders (language based and nonverbal), please contact us today at 844-601-1167.
2650 W 2700 S
Syracuse, UT 84075
- Art classes
- Physical education activities (kickball, soccer, basketball, etc.)
- Mountain biking
- Ropes courses
- Rock climbing
- Various water activities
All activities are supervised and monitored by trained and licensed guides.
Parents are encouraged to participate in weekly phone calls with your child’s therapist, weekly social calls with your child. We also advise writing letters to your child during his or her stay. Seven Stars will also invite families every six-weeks to participate in a family workshop, immersed with therapeutic and recreational activities, as well as individualized family therapy sessions if needed.
We also encourage parents to do their homework. We will ask you to complete therapeutic assignments, such as reading articles based on treatment plans, writing letters, etc.
Every six weeks, parents are also welcome to attend a family workshop for two days, which is filled with individualized therapeutic and recreational activities. Family therapy is also available.
Please call us with any questions, at 844-601-1167, regarding family involvement during your child’s stay at Seven Stars’ program for children with attention deficit disorders, autism spectrum disorder and learning disorders (language based and nonverbal).
Before transitioning on, our multidisciplinary treatment report will make a comprehensive assessment and provide recommendations for your child based on their individual needs.
Students are actively involved in creating this transition plan as their commitment to it supports long lasting change. A long-term therapeutic boarding school, a skilled home clinical therapist or an educational consultant might be recommended.