Treatment plans outlining each patient's goals and individual needs are a central aspect of the program. An individual treatment plan is created for each patient and regularly reviewed and updated as needed.
The components of a treatment plan include:
- Diagnosis - A psychiatrist evaluates and diagnoses each patient. These diagnoses provide staff and those involved in treatment and aftercare services an accurate picture of the patient's needs.
- Objectives and goals - Each patient has individualized goals and objectives, which are measured and reported in the treatment plan. The patient's individual progress is reflected in the treatment plan and is shared with parents, professionals and the patient.
- Educational plan - Each patient's earned credits, and current subjects and grades are reflected in the treatment plan.
- Progress narratives - The education, therapy, and nursing staff provide information about individual progress in each area.
- Current list of medications
- Discharge plan
- Estimated length of stay
- Relapse Prevention Plan- a guide for your child and his or her support system in their process of change.