Is the clutter in your child’s backpack beginning to scare you? Do they struggle with turning in work on time? Does it feel like they lack the motivation to take action and get things done? And let’s not even get started on that laundry hamper…
You are not alone! Many teens experience difficulties that impact their ability to stay organized and take care of themselves. And as parents, it can be overwhelming to think about the next steps after high school - especially if your teen has an extra challenge like ADHD or autism. Unfortunately, it can be even harder to find the right professionals to address these needs when many services are aimed at younger children.
Does this sound familiar? Life passes so quickly. Sometimes it can feel like there will be time in the future to work on important skills like self-help, organization, and independence. But before you know it, you’re staring down the barrel of high school graduation.
We’ve been there. That’s why we have created a system to help teens with these challenges transition to that next part of life - whether that looks like college, work, or possibly a day program. Life after high school doesn’t have to feel scary and unknown. We are ready to help your teen become more disciplined, well-adjusted, and self-sufficient.
Book a free consultation now and let us get your child ready for the future today.
We offer home and community-based occupational therapy services and speech and language services in the Mokena, Illinois area, including exciting real-world learning opportunities with our local community. We’re also excited to offer teletherapy services available nationwide. Want to learn more about our services and the skills we address? Read more here.
Bee You Therapy has partnered with Navarro Farm to provide programming and support for participants. The Navarro Farm is a non-for-profit 5-acre farm with the purpose to create a place for individuals with special needs to participate in an agricultural experience. Navarro Farm is rooted in growth. From the growing of vegetables, animals, and life experiences, the virtues that comprise growth will be the focal point of the farm’s mission.