The bellcate School enrolls a maximum of 25 students, grades 7-12, regardless of gender.  The bellcate School is designed to serve adolescents with disabilities.

The bellcate School collaborates with local school districts to provide therapeutic and educational day services through our individualized program.  The bellcate School facilitates programming by utilizing a three stage therapeutic and educational model that is a blending of relational based, skills based, and physiologically oriented theory and practice.

The bellcate School is a program that provides an alternative to traditional group education.  Students find success through highly tailored accommodated services and hands on experiences integrated in a community setting.  Through an individualized plan of therapeutic exercises, learning initiatives, hands on activities, field trips and community based programming and coordinated services, the bellcate School helps youth build skills in the areas of:

 

·         Gaining  skills for interpersonal effectiveness
·         Developing  healthy relationships
·         Understanding  and manage mood
·         Building  independent living, self-care and vocational skills
·         Increasing  personal responsibility
·         Developing  self-awareness, self-concept, identity and self esteem
·         Developing  tolerance for authority
·         Developing  acceptance of difference
·         Improving communication
·         Expanding  interests areas, identity and strengths
·         Maintaining  personal and public safety
·         Developing  flexibility
·         Improving  attention, Focus and engagement
·         Improving  deficient academic skills
·         Developing transition readiness skills