My son attended the League Treatment Center a few years ago and had nothing but bad experiences there. They still affect him to this day. He calls it "the crazy school" (his words, never mine). Apparently the therapists and teachers here think it was fine for him to come home bitten and scratched almost every day because when we raised our concern, his teacher told us it was "normal"! I still have pictures of the bites and his scratched face. The nurse would send home notes every day asking what this mark was on his arm or leg, but when I wrote one back asking why he came home with a bite mark, there was no answer. I am SO sorry my son ever attended this school because he left there with worse behaviors than when he went in that only time and being around "normal" kids in inclusion was able to help.The things I saw here are what prompted me to fight for him to be in inclusion when he aged out. He is doing fantastic in inclusion!
Nancy Doldus, the director, called me a couple years later to see how he was doing, and I told her that her school was a terrible experience. She never called me again.
Unless your child has severe emotional problems or is severely autistic or disabled severely in any other way,I would not send him or her here, My son was not severely affected, but I was told this was "the best school" and it's not. For kids like him anyway.