The Wediko School

The Wediko School

www.wediko.org

11 Bobcat Blvd, Windsor, NH

Tel:  603-478-5236

Contact Elizabeth A. Vezina, LCMHC, Director    Email: bvezinba@wediko-nh.org

The Wediko School serves 44 male students, 12-18 years. The Wediko School is a therapeutic residential school operating 365 days a year, with a Residential Treatment Program, a 90-Day Assessment Program, and consultation available.  The Wediko School is approved by the New Hampshire Department of Education to accept students identified as Emotionally Disturbed or Other Health Impaired.

Wediko’s skills-based, experiential educational curriculum and therapeutic milieu builds competencies, captures successes, and restores hope. Utilizing multi-disciplinary teams, individualized treatment plans, and a strength-based approach Wediko teachers and clinicians develop individualized academic programming, complimented by wellness and experiential activities, community service, and parent involvement.

The Admissions Department at Wediko is available to assist you in determining if the Wediko School is the right choice for your student.  Wediko clinicians work closely with the child’s family and referring professional with the goal of returning the child to his home and community, or a less restrictive school, as soon as possible. Therapeutic treatment is maximized by building collaborative partnerships with each student’s family, school, and referring professionals.

The Wediko School has provided services for students with educational disabilities since 1989 and is approved by the NH Department of Education to grant high school diplomas.  Wediko Children’s Services is a non-profit organization committed to transforming children’s lives.  Since 1934, Wediko has been providing therapeutic and educational services to children, families, and schools struggling with complex emotional, behavioral, and learning issues. Participation in one of Wediko’s programs – our residential school, therapeutic summer program, home-based, and school-based services  – helps to build skills and restore a sense of competence and hope.

Posted August 30, 2013 by nhpsea

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