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Lakeview School, located on the campus of Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center in the White Mountain region of New Hampshire, is a Private Special Education School and serves students with special needs in grades one through 12, from ages 8 to 21.
Lakeview School is a year-round residential and day program that provides services for children who experience significant behavioral and emotional difficulties secondary to a neurologic and developmental conditions. Lakeview School’s and Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center’s transdisciplinary team utilizes a child-centered, strength-based treatment approach to meet the individual needs of our diverse student population.
Lakeview School has established an independent Advisory School Board as a means to enhance the development of a visionary, long-term strategic plan ensuring optimal educational strategies, assistive technology, and clinical best practices. Lakeview is committed to collaborative improvement initiatives to cultivate the growth of its school’s programs which focus on the effective utilization of research based and innovative interventions to meet the needs of our ever-changing student population.
As part of Lakeview School’s long-term improvement plan, construction of classroom and treatment space, as well as a state-of-the-art wellness center, was completed in 2009. Lakeview’s Wellness Center exemplifies the School’s continued commitment to providing a quality education that encompasses a holistic approach to health in which mind, body, and spirit are integrated as a way of life to promote student wellness.
Lakeview’s on-site school integrates the Individualized Education Plan to meet the unique needs of each student. Students attend school Monday through Friday on a year-round basis in Lakeview’s comprehensive extended school year (ESY) program. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in winter and summer Special Olympics. Transition planning and prevocational activities are available for youth 15 and older. Lakeview’s NH School also provides animal facilitated and horticultural therapies for all youth.
Lakeview meets the unique needs of the individual who is transitioning from adolescence to adulthood. Pre-vocational services become central to this individual’s program as the young adult moves from a school-based setting to healthy adult activity. The young adult lives with age and gender-appropriate peers and participates in the on-site school and vocational programs.
Hillside School is accredited by North Central accreditation and is recognized by the Wisconsin Department of Education as a private school specializing in Special Education. The mission of the Hillside School is to provide the skills and academic foundation to build the character, self respect and functional independence necessary to optimize each student’s integration to public school and community life. Hillside School offers educational programs in small classrooms based on Individual Education Plans for students from surrounding communities and for those residing in our Residential Center.
Lakeview WI (800-611-2063) provides functionally-based, individualized treatment programs for children, adolescents and young adults with neurologic and behavioral diagnoses from age 6 to 21 (admitted prior to age 18). Lakeview uses a person-centered approach and ensures that family members are centrally involved through education and training. Funders are assisted through cost-effective care and achievement of functional outcomes.
Lakeview’s comprehensive WI program integrates all services through a treatment plan that addresses positive behavior supports, education, and therapeutic rehabilitation in an environment that encourages a child’s successful development and growth. Children and adolescents reside with age-appropriate peers. Each program participant is provided with his or her own bedroom. Leisure and recreational activities are designed to enhance the rehabilitation process and functional skill development.