School Mental Health Programming
The school setting needs safe spaces for students to feel seen and heard. However, many of today's students struggle with attendance, anxiety, and the ability to be available for daily learning.
Currently, we as a country are facing a youth mental health crisis that is keeping our students from reaching their full potential and preventing them from excelling in the school setting.
This growing population is often students new to special education and who are frequently neurodiverse (i.e., have ADHD, Autism, dyslexia, etc.) and require a new type of academic setting to meet their individual needs.
I help school districts build unique programs for neurodiverse individuals and students with mental health needs that prevent the use of outside private placements and helps keep school funding in district classrooms. I do this by working directly with superintendents, principals, department heads, and classroom teachers on how to build the best type of educational setting for some of our most vulnerable students.
You can view an example of my past work here.
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