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At New Directions, We Provide Transitional Services for Typical Young Adults with Unique Challenges
We are dedicated to help young adults become successful and independent. Using our unique Coordinated Multidisciplinary Treatment (CMT) model and personalized treatment plans, New Directions has one of the highest success rates of any transitional program in the United States.
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New Directions was Originally Created to Help Young Adults with Special Needs Transition into Independence
With the proper and appropriate clinical support, unique programming, guidance, family atmosphere, and strong academic and vocational programming, we are confident that our young adults can overcome their obstacles and achieve their goals. New Directions is a state of the art multi-disciplinary clinical program that integrates expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy, developmental theory, and neuropsychology, into an evidenced-based treatment approach that is both emphatic and based on the current scientific literature.
New Directions is a State of the Art Clinical Program Designed to Support Young Adults in their Transition to Independence
New Directions for Young Adults, or NDFYA, is a transitional living program that helps your struggling young adult get back on the road to a healthy life. We are dedicated to helping young adults become successful and independent. With the help of New Directions, young adults who previously failed to thrive are experiencing independence for the first time in their lives.
Two Separate Programs
New Directions has two program tracks; One for young adults who are struggling with traditional issues common amongst 18-25 year olds, as well as a program designed specifically for young men and women with special needs, (Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Aspergers).
To speak with a professional and obtain more information regarding our program, call us toll free at (877) 763-5102.
We are dedicated to helping our clients become independent and successful in their academic, vocational, and social pursuits.
New Directions provides young adults with the opportunity to pursue higher education, their vocational goals, and transition into independence. We help students attend technical and vocational schools, universities, and community colleges. We also provide our students with customized support for their unique challenges and goals. Students live independently in apartments located within the same living space as the New Directions offices/staff and receive intensive support to achieve their goals.
Direction Therapy CMT
Direction Therapy CMT is a clinical intervention initially designed for young adults with autism. Direction Therapy CMT treatments are rooted in the latest scientific literature integrating cognitive behavioral therapy, development theory, and neuropsychology into an evidence based treatment approach. The success of the model has widened its scope of use to a broader population of young adults (with and without developmental delay).
The Direction Therapy CMT approach helps to prepare young adults for an independent life. It brings together therapeutic services including psychology and psychiatry, vocational training, academic support services, and life management skills training into a comprehensive service plan. Each client's Direction Therapy CMT Service Plan then guides services and clinical treatment. Read our full description of Direction Therapy CMT by clicking HERE...
Direction Therapy CMT at New Directions
New Directions for Young Adults - a flagship facility for the treatment of autism with the Direction of Therapy CMT model and the first of its kind in the country, was established in 2007 and now comprehensively treats approximately 60 to 80 clients annually. Clients live in their own apartments with community based professional services. The Direction Therapy CMT model has been so effective that health care providers and insurance companies are enthusiastically embracing it as an option offering markedly improved patient outcomes at substantially lower cost, compared with competing methodologies.
Direction Therapy CMT Research
The International Society for Autism (ISAresearch.org), along with Professor Robert Schleser, Ph.D. and doctoral students from his laboratory at the Illinois Institute of Technology have partnered in a research initiative to evaluate evidence-based components of Direction Therapy CMT. The research is evaluating the significant factors that account for long-term transitional success using the Direction Therapy model. Outcomes are analyzed longitudinally using variables such as vocational success, academic success, and measurements of psychopathology. This research initiative funded by the International Society for Autism (ISAresearch.org) includes an examination of the factors that predict academic achievement, social skills, and daily living skills for young adults with ASD. These studies also examine the significance of differences between Dt compared to traditional therapeutic modalities and interventions.
Key Elements To Our Program
Rational Learning Plan
Our plan to help your child get on his or her feet is as simple and effective as we can make it; discipline, just the right amount of therapy and independence, combined with wonderful staff allows for a speedy and comprehensive self-recovery.
It's important to us that the best possible people are there to help your young adult make the changes necessary to better themself. All of our staff are trained professionals, whose central focus is the comfort and recovery of each client.
Controlled Independent Facility
Our facility is an apartment like facility that is closely monitored in order to give just the right amount of freedom and restraint.
Programs so often overlook aftercare, as if they're only concerned about clients while in their facility. At NDFYA, we want our students to succeed in life and not just during our program. It is one our top priorities that our clients live long and healthy lives.
New Directions For Young Adults Can be the Answer
We feel as though New Directions has the best chance to help your struggling son or daughter recover from drugs and help them find the foot hold they need to launch back into daily life successfully. If you're not convinced and would like to speak to someone to obtain more information, please don't hesitate to call us at (877) 763-5102.
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