Day Treatment for Students By Tia | November 4, 2021 Day Treatment for Students Kennedy House operates a co-ed day treatment classroom which is ideal for students who do not need residential placement, but who are experiencing significant difficulties in a traditional school setting. The program objectives are to provide a supportive classroom environment with directed learning, and to encourage students to set positive goals. Keep Reading Donate Program Contact Information For more in-depth information on Kennedy House Day Treatment Services and to learn more about the enrollment process, please contact us. firstname.lastname@example.org (416)-299-3157 ext. 204 Some students just need a little extra help and the right learning environment. About the Program Students with a history of refusing to attend school, limited social skills, behavioural problems, or academic underachievement are candidates for our Day Treatment classroom. Day Treatment addresses the academic, social and life-skills needs of students ages 13-16, and takes an integrated approach to each student’s treatment plan. Our goal is to re-integrate students into the regular school system. Contact Us Do you have questions?We have answers. What does a Day Treatment Classroom offer? Small class sizes Individualized academic and life-skills programming A safe learning environment counselling Continuity of care, with oversight and implementation provided by a Kennedy House Social Worker Facilitation and academic delivery by an Ontario College of Teachers certified teacher Ontario Ministry of Education approved curriculum. What age group does this program serve? Day Treatment students are between the ages of 13 and 16 years old. How does a student get enrolled? Referrals are made through the TDSB. How long will a student stay in Day Treatment? It differs from case to case. The ultimate goal of Day Treatment is to see students be successfully reintegrated into the regular school system. We also have students who attend Day Treatment for half days for extra support and spend the rest of their time in a regular classroom.