All Kinds of News for August 07, 2019
ScenicView Academy has undergone a rebranding of the exceptional services they offer to adults on the Autism Spectrum. ScenicView announced that services will focus on 3 main programs: Live, Work, and Thrive.
Helping young adults with Autism and other neuro-diversities achieve the principles of Live, Work, and Thrive independently in the community has long been the mission at ScenicView Academy, founded in 2001 by Ray and Tye Noorda. Rebranding allows for ScenicView to promote its life-changing independent living program in a more clear and concise manner. (Click for short videos detailing Live, Work, & Thrive programming.)
Marty Matheson, ScenicView’s Executive Director reports: “We are very excited with the direction our programming at ScenicView is headed. Fine tuning our services to Live, Work, and Thrive is already helping us be more specific with how we individualize what we do and fulfill our tagline: Empowering Lives of Independence.”
This announcement comes on the heels of another exciting new development - Alex Johnson, former therapist and admissions officer, has been promoted to the brand new position of Admissions & Business Development Director. Alex will be responsible not only for the admit of new students into SVA’s program, but for the growth and expansion of ScenicView Academy’s influence and services.
“We are thrilled to enter an exciting new stage of growth and development at ScenicView. The demand for our services has never been greater. I look forward to connecting young adults seeking independence with our great program,” says Alex. “It’s easy to be excited about the future of ScenicView Academy!”
ScenicView Academy, founded in 2001 in Provo, UT, is a nationally recognized nonprofit school for young adults with autism spectrum disorders, neurodiversities or learning disabilities. Through our residential programming, we empower our students to reach their potential and gain skills to live independently. Scholarships are available based on financial need. SVA is accredited by National Commission for the Accreditation of Special Education Services (NCASES).