In-Home & Transition Support
Support In Existing School
A School Where Hope
Resides & Behaviors Change
The Hope School has helped hundreds of students overcome their social, emotional, and behavioral challenges through our evidence driven, brain-based methodology. We believe students want to do well and show others they can do well, but root neurodevelopmental challenges prevent this. That's why many incoming students have been unsuccessful in other settings. Many have received an IEP and various diagnoses.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
High Functioning Autism
Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Attention Deficient-Hyperactivity Disorder
Sensory Processing Challenges
Our Brain-Based Methodology Changes Behavior
Addressing The Root Cause of Behavior Challenges
A student's journey takes a radically shift when they start at the Hope School. Working with hundreds of students has shown us that behavioral challenges stem from neurodevelpomental challenges.
Through our propriety evaluation, we identify the specific areas of the brain that are impacting a student’s behavior. We then create an individualized program consisting of specific neurodevelopmental activities, social emotional relational interventions, and interactive academics. Students can implement their individualized program at The Hope School campus, in their own home, or in their current school.
As the brain changes, we see students begin to make strides in their behavior, regulation of thoughts and feelings, independence, and academics. They are more at choice in the moment and better function at home and at school. There is hope.
Students Want To Do Well & Show Others They Can Do Well
Behavior Challenges Result From Brain Challenges
When The Brain Changes, Behaviors Change & Students Can Do Well