All Kinds of News for January 13, 2021
Trails Carolina, a wilderness therapy program for preteens and adolescents ages 10-17, relaunched their website featuring a new design intended to improve the user experience of families and educational consultants as they browse the site.
Throughout the new site, families can easily access five years of outcomes data from an ongoing research initiative developed by Trails, in coordination with the Center for Research, Assessment, and Treatment Efficacy (CReATE; Asheville, NC) and the Arkansas Institute. This outcome data was collected independently from Trails Carolina’s involvement and allows parents and visitors to the website to see the positive, lasting changes that students and families make during their time at Trails.
Additionally, the new website heavily features images and videos of real Trails students and families. By only displaying images of actual students, parents visiting the website can get a more accurate picture of what their child’s experience at Trails might look like.
“Through a more visual design, we wanted visitors to be able to have a better understanding the experience at Trails,” says Director of Admissions and Outreach Julia Andrick. “The website also includes dozens of testimonials from students and families who have found hope and success from their time at Trails.”
To view the new website, visit https://trailscarolina.com. Families interested in learning more about Trails Carolina can call the admissions team toll-free at (800) 975-7303.
Trails Carolina is a wilderness therapy program based just outside of Asheville, North Carolina that offers a multi-dimensional wilderness therapy model to troubled adolescents, ages 10-17. Trails capitalizes upon the profound effects of a student’s wilderness experience, and then combines that experience with strong clinical assessments and therapy. For additional information, call the Admissions Team toll-free, please call 800-975-7303.