Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center provides a functionally based, individualized treatment program for children, adolescents and young adults with neurologic and behavioral diagnoses. Lakeview uses a person-centered approach that insures that family members are centrally involved through education and training. Funders are assisted through cost effective care and the achievement of functional outcomes. Lakeview is accredited by CARF and JCAHO.
Lakeview’s comprehensive program integrates all services through a treatment plan to address behavior management, education and therapeutic rehabilitation so the child can successfully develop and grow. Children and adolescents live in small log cabins with age appropriate peers. The initial 30 days consists of an intensive transdisciplinary team clinical evaluation including Psychiatry, Neurology, Neuropsychology, Applied Behavior Analysis, Nursing, Case Management, Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy, occupational Therapy, and Recreation Therapy.
Lakeview School integrates the Individualized Education Plan to meet the unique needs of each student. Lakeview is licensed by the State of New Hampshire and is approved for Special Educations (grades 1-12). Students attend school Monday-Friday on a year round basis including a comprehensive extended school year program (ESY). Pre-vocational services become central to the young adult who is transitioning from a school based setting to healthy adult activity.
Candidates for Lakeview School are age 8 to 21 years old with a neurological or neurodevelopmental diagnosis. They must be medically stable with a cognitive level of 4 or more on the Rancho Los Amigos Scale. They must have the potential to improve function and benefit from services.
Lakeview facilitates the full realization of human potential for individuals affected by neurological and behavioral challenges through the provision of clinically sound goal-oriented treatment in a safe and caring environment.