Joint Commission Accreditation Received for ASD – Level 1 Program
Maple Lake Academy for Girls (founded in 2005) and Maple Lake Academy for Boys (founded in 2011), both Residential Treatment Centers located in Utah, are thrilled to announce their recent accreditation by The Joint Commission, the nation’s oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in healthcare. This esteemed accreditation reaffirms Maple Lake Academy’s commitment to providing high-quality, evidence-based therapeutic services for both boys and girls. With a focus on academic excellence, emotional growth, and personal development, Maple Lake Academy has consistently demonstrated its dedication to fostering a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment for those who are on the autism spectrum (Level 1) and co-occurring disorders.
“We are immensely proud to receive accreditation from The Joint Commission for both our boys’ and girls’ separate programs,” said Founder and owner Patti Hollenbeck-Dial of Maple Lake Academy. “This recognition reflects our ongoing commitment to maintaining the highest standards of care and ensuring the well-being of our students. It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our staff, who continuously strive to create a positive and transformative experience for the young individuals under our care.”
The Joint Commission accreditation is a testament to Maple Lake Academy’s 18 years of unwavering dedication to excellence in education and therapeutic services. This achievement reinforces the school’s position as a trusted and reputable institution, providing comprehensive and personalized support for young people on their journey towards academic success, emotional resilience, and a brighter future. Maple Lake Academy looks forward to continuing its mission of empowering students and helping them achieve their full potential.
About Maple Lake Academy
Founded in 2005, Maple Lake Academy for Girls and Maple Lake Academy for Boys are located in Spanish Fork, Utah. Both programs are licensed by the state of Utah as Residential Treatment Centers. The programs are owner-operated, Joint Commission Accredited, SEVIS approved with an academic program accredited by Cognia. Maple Lake Academy is an intentionally small program that serves teens ages 12-17 challenged with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD-level 1), Nonverbal Learning Disorder (NVLD), Social Pragmatic Communication Disorder, High Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, and additional co-occurring disorders, and is also able to support students with complicated medical concerns, PANS, and dietary rigidity. For more information, visit www.maplelakeacademy.com.