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    Carl A. Furr Day Treatment

     

    Carl A. Furr Day Treatment enables children grades K-5 to experience success and embrace their individual talents.  We provide a highly structured environment and use multisensory techniques in small classes to ensure the best educational experience.  Our program is staffed by a Program Manager, Licensed therapist, Qualified Professionals, Licensed Exceptional Children teacher and a teacher assistant. 

    Our day treatment program provides daily therapeutic activities that help develop socialization, create friendships, promote teamwork and enhance self-esteem.  Activities are based on a child's needs and a include activites such as, yoga, outdoor adventures, creative writing, drama, arts and music, cooking, pet therapy, therapeutic drumming

    Students in this program receive individual, group and/or family therapy, therapeutic recreation, stress management, and more.  Developing meaningful and trusting relationships between the adults and children is a focal point of the program. Children who experience success with this therapeutic option can be integrated back into their regular classrooms. 

     

     

    AYN serves more than 7,000 children annually with a complete array of mental health services and is one of only four flagship agencies of the Child Trauma Academy, which  offers a unique trauma-informed approach to treating children called the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics™ also known as NMT.  Learn more at www.alexanderyouthnetwork.org.

    Cabarrus County Schools Elementary Day Treatment Program is located at Carl A. Furr Elementary School (2725 Clover Road Northwest, Concord, NC 28027).  Call Debbie Buie (EC Social worker/Program Specialist) at 813-928-3437 for more information regarding the program as well as the referral process.