Ozark Trails Academy understands that you want to find help now for your teen boy or girl who struggles with Attention Deficit Disorder. Give us a call to learn more about the effective therapies we use at our residential treatment center and boarding school.
What is ADD?
We can help your teen who is struggling with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), a behavior pattern seen as the lack of ability to stay on task, with trouble in controlling emotions and staying still, when compared with the general population. This behavior can hinder your teenager’s ability to finish their work, and function successfully in society.
If your troubled teen is easily sidetracked, has poor organizational skills or jumps from one unfinished assignment to another, they may well be facing the problems of Attention Deficit Disorder.
Precise causes of ADD (also Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD) are unknown but studies show some links with heredity, nutrition and environment.
Because it’s so easy for teens with ADD or ADHD to be distracted, a large percentage fail to finish high school, or don’t get the kind of grades needed to go on to a good college. While your child may not completely outgrow their symptoms, they can certainly learn strategies for success, even as a teenager.
Ozark Trails—A Pace of Hope, Healing and Purpose for Troubled Teens
Ozark Trails is an affordable residential treatment center that provides outstanding clinical therapy, incredible academic learning, and amazing outdoor responsibility and adventure for teen girls and boys, ages 13-19. Our program is family focused, and students receive individual treatment care by licensed clinical therapists.
Ozark Trails rests on 750 acres near Willow Springs, MO. Daily life and therapy here includes horses, chickens, farming, rafting, spelunking, rock climbing, hiking, wilderness learning, and so much more. With an unlimited access to spring rivers, caves, hiking, equine, and biking trails, we have the perfect balance of nature, inclusive of a large, comfortable facility to let our students feel safe in a home environment.
Again, if your teen boy or girl needs help dealing with ADD, please call us at (417) 278-6868 now. We want to help him or her find new positive ways to manage life’s obstacles and traumas, and discover a true change of heart.