Adolescent Day Treatment Program
An Introduction to Our Program
Redford Union's Adolescent Day Treatment Program (ADT) is an educational/psychological program offered in a highly structured setting. Located at Stuckey School in Redford Township, we provide a cooperative blend of therapy with a general education leading to a high school Michigan Merit Curriculum diploma awarded by the students' home school district. Administered by Redford Union Schools and supervised by the Coordinator of Day Treatment, ADT accepts referrals of students in grades 9 through 12 from the Crestwood, Garden City, Livonia, Northville, Plymouth-Canton, Redford Union, South Redford, and Wayne-Westland School districts.
Our highly qualified teachers are certified to teach students with emotional impairments. Emotionally Impaired (EI) students are those whose behaviors or feelings interfere with their own learning and/or the learning of others around them. Each classroom of ten students has an educational assistant to aid in classroom instruction and social interaction. School social workers provide service to our students and their families. Service is individualized to the needs of the student or situation.
Our staff members have varied creative and artistic talents, which can translate into highly appealing electives within the curriculum.
ADT staff members have a sincere interest in the achievement of their students. The curriculum and interest often combine to give our students some of their first school successes.
Building on Strengths
Adolescent Day Treatment is designed to meet the educational and therapeutic needs of students and their families. Classroom staff work in cooperation with a multidisciplinary team which provides the following:
- An Individualized Academic Program
- Behavioral Intervention
- Individual, Group and Family Counseling
- Learning Assistance
- Vocational Testing & Referrals
- Psychiatric Consultation
- Psychological Consultation
- Speech and Language Therapy/Consultation
- Teacher Consultation