Seven Stars Students Take Part in Recreational Outings to the National Ability Center
This winter, students at Seven Stars, a residential treatment center and assessment program for teens ages 13-17, will be attending weekly outings to the National Ability Center in Park City, Utah. The National Ability Center helps “empower individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence, and lifetime skills through sport, recreation, and educational programs.” At The National Ability Center, students will be engaging in fat-tire biking and cross country skiing. If there isn’t enough snow for those activities, students will be using their indoor climbing facility.
“On our most recent outing to the National Ability Center this past weekend, students were engaged and had a wonderful time,” says Alexander Kelly, Recreational Lead at Seven Stars. “Everyone was able to step outside of their comfort zones and allowed themselves to learn how to be comfortable with being a bit uncomfortable. The National Ability Center has many dedicated instructors who are there to help teach students how to use the equipment and support our staff as students learn new recreational skills.”
In addition to outings at the National Ability Center, students will be taking part in a variety of winter activities over the next couple of months including snowshoeing and ice skating.
Seven Stars is a leading assessment program and residential treatment center for teens ages 13-17 who struggle with neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD. For more information about programming at Seven Stars, please visit http://www.discoversevenstars.com/ or call 844-601-1167.
For more information about recreational programming at Seven Stars, please visit https://discoversevenstars.com