Residential School Program
Foundations Behavioral Health (FBH) and LifeWorks Academy & School on the main campus of FBH in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, are approved out of state education and residential provider for students with disabilities. Foundations offers Academic and Behavioral Health Services to male and female students between the ages of 12-21 and who fall under the following classifications:
- Emotional disturbance
- Learning disabilities
- Intellectual disabilities
- Multiple disabilities
Foundations Behavioral Health provides a program that tailors the student’s educational experience with strategic interventions to achieve success in academics, language abilities, social development and behavioral functioning. The Foundations treatment team incorporates innovative, ethical, evidence-based, culturally responsive, and individualized treatment interventions while providing a nurturing, trauma-informed, and compassionate therapeutic environment. Each consumer’s treatment experience is individually tailored with strategic interventions and evidence based practices in order to precisely measure and track progress towards improved health and quality of life.
Communication is a cornerstone of successful treatment at Foundations and that starts with inclusion and collaboration with the home school district from admission to discharge. We distinguish our academic and behavioral health program through a pioneering and entrepreneurial mindset.
Foundations Behavioral Health distinguishes our academic and behavioral health program through a pioneering and entrepreneurial mindset. Program Highlights include:
- Applied Behavior Analysis Programming Overseen by Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA)
- Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) & Behavioral Intervention Plan (BIP)
- Community Based Instruction (CBI)
- Generalization of skills across multiple environments
- Social Skills instruction delivered throughout the day
- Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
A Behavior Management Program geared toward positive reinforcement, safety, clear rules and guidelines, and appropriate consequences for disruptive and maladaptive behavior:
- Life skills and vocational training
- Inclusion and collaboration with home school district from admission to discharge
- Immediate access to a full continuum of behavioral healthcare services
- Technology assisted learning
- Speech, occupational and physical therapy
- Vision and hearing support
Multidisciplinary treatment team including psychiatrists, psychologists, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, nurses, clinicians, dietician and expressive therapists. Family therapy via HIPAA compliant video conferencing telehealth is available for all families and is a great asset for those who travel from a distance to visit.