Our Eagle House Education Program is a specialized school program for children who are participating in our Eagle House Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF). The school operates from the belief that all children can learn. The focus is on trauma-informed practices as well as positive behavior supports throughout the school day to strengthen academic skills in addition to addressing social, emotional and behavioral needs.
- Current resident at Eagle House
- Social, emotional and behavioral challenges
- Academic skill needs
Opportunities for family involvement:
Our students come from all areas of Connecticut. The Eagle House Education Program has a full-time school clinician who reaches out to parents to discuss student progress and needs in the school setting, as well as participating in team meetings and consulting to the school’s teachers and staff. Teachers are available to speak with parents between 2:30pm and 3:30pm on school days. The education director and the school clinician are available between 2:30pm and 4:30pm. Administration and staff reach out to parents to share student successes as well as concerns. As health conditions allow, parents are invited to school events such as honors assemblies.
Most students are referred to Eagle House following a period of intensive treatment in a hospital setting or through referral from a home-based clinical program.