Woodlands serves children and adolescents who have varying degrees of intellectual disability accompanied by significant behavioral problems.
Many of the individuals who come to Woodlands have experienced the consequences of socially unacceptable behaviors. Our focus is on changing these behaviors so that each person may return home or to another appropriate setting in the community. With close supervision and positive reinforcement, we teach new social skills, reward appropriate behavior and redirect unacceptable actions. The primary mission of the Woodlands program is to teach individuals to meet their needs in socially appropriate ways so that they may return to community living.
Woodlands also serves children who are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders or other pervasive developmental disorders. The emphasis of this program also is on changing behavior through learning. Primary treatment options include communication strategies and socialization activities.
Situated in a group of small ranch houses in a corner of our Langhorne campus, the Woodlands program offers –