Respite Program provides a safe, temporary buffer within families. Designed to give parents/guardians and children time apart from each other, parents/guardians may stay in the home or leave, depending on the circumstances.
Behavioral Coaching & Daily Living Skills A behavioral health professional will work one-on-one in the home with the child to help develop critical basic skills such as effective communication, managing emotions, accepting direction and the proper use of time-outs. This is typically conducted with parents in the home and may be combined with Respite care. The behavioral health professional might also participate in family meetings if requested, and assist parents in providing a consistent and structured home environment for their child.
In Home Family Support Through this customized, comprehensive approach, a highly experienced staff member of The New Foundation will go into the home and establish a treatment plan for the entire family. This can include such critical elements as parent coaching, communications skills and conflict resolution. Active participation on the part of all family members is essential. The TNF staff member will support the family in achieving their treatment goals by providing observations and feedback, as well as redirects to any family member when needed.
For more information or to refer someone to one of the programs, contact Admissions at 480.945.3302 x125 or email email@example.com