Glenwood’s child and adolescent services include education and residential services:
Educational and Day Treatment Services : Glenwood programs provide academic, vocational, behavioral, social, and daily living training for children and adults.
Our on campus schools include, Allan Cott School and Lakeview School. Allan Cott is structured especially for children with autism, while Lakeview serves young boys diagnosed with severe emotional disturbances. Glenwood’s schools provide children with low student-to-teacher ratios and practice researched-based techniques such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Children receive speech and occupational therapy as well as an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Glenwood’s structured schools allow children to reach their full potential in the classroom.
Residential Services : Short and long term residential services are available for children and adults in a variety of settings, both on and off the Glenwood campus. Residential programs provide more than just housing; they create a supervised, structured, and supportive environment tailored to meet each person’s individual needs.
Choosing a long-term care environment for a child with autism or behavioral health issue is a difficult decision. Glenwood’s residential habilitation facilities provide a homelike environment as an alternative to institutionalization. Glenwood carefully chooses the home for each child that is ideally suited for his or her needs and skills and provides 24 hour care to implement each child’s progress and needs in a least restrictive setting.
Residences for Children : Drummond Center I, Drummond Center II, Daniel House I, Daniel House II, McDonough House, and Reynolds House.