Lakeview NH Program Approved by New York State Department of Education

Lakeview New Hampshire’s Special Education School and Residential Treatment Program have been approved by New York State effective 07/-1/2012, as a school-aged, center-based, 12 month residential program for youth from New York, ages 6-21, including occupational, physical and speech-language therapies.  The program is approved to serve youth within the primary educational disability categories of Autism, Emotionally Disturbed, Intellectually Disabled, Multiple Disabilities, Orthopedic Impaired, Other Health Impaired, Learning Disabled, Traumatic Brain Injury and Visually Impaired.  With guidance from Lakeview’s Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Tina Trudel, Lakeview NH’s Executive Director, Dr. Tom Horan, oversees programs and services, with Director of Education Corinne Rocco, MEd, CAGS, Youth Director Dr. Amanda Goza, Board Certified Child Psychiatrist Dr. Kim Whitesell, School Psychologist Dr. Cathy Bergeron, and a full team of teachers, behavior analysts, neuropsychologists, counselors, case managers, recreation therapists, nurses, physicians and allied health professionals.  A national leader in the treatment and education of youth with developmental and neurobehavioral challenges, Lakeview’s schools and residential programs in New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania provide youth-centered, family-focused care to children and adolescents from across the United States, emphasizing positive behavioral supports, academic development, applied technology and functional life skill acquisition for successful return to home and community life.  Programs include Interim Alternative Placement for intensive, comprehensive evaluation and plan development, as well as short and longer term day school and residential school treatment opportunities.