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Developmental Disabilities Treatment

Developmental Disabilities Treatment

Programs for Youth with Developmental Disabilities

The Visions Program at Fox Run Center is designed for adolescent girls ages 12–17 with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD), and who present with significant emotional and/or behavioral issues. Through this program, Fox Run Center encourages the development of prosocial behavior and adaptive living skills in a structured residential setting. Clinical programming includes an array of behavior-modification techniques and therapy geared at enhancing self-concept and restoring healthy emotional functioning.

Admissions qualifications for the Visions Program include an Axis I psychiatric diagnosis, coping with trauma and abuse, an IQ between 50 and 70, problems with self-esteem, sexual, physical and verbal abuse, family conflicts, difficulty managing impulsive behaviors, or functioning deficits.

The Visions Program provides a secure environment, programming and educational services conducted in groups that teache residents how to make sound choices about their behavior and responses to external situations. The program is designed to teach residents methods of modification to the behaviors that prevent them from living in the community, and it supports them in their effort to become more socially and interpersonally functional.

To learn more about the Visions Program, call 800-245-2131, day or night.

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Fox Run Center’s professional staff are available to offer information and to help make the transition to treatment as smooth as possible for your child or adolescent. Call 800-245-2131 to get started. If you need immediate medical assistance, contact 911 or seek the nearest emergency room.