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NW Village School-Wheeler Clinic5
Posted September 23, 2014
- a parent
This school is a very good school because it teaches kids to use their coping skills. The teachers are very well trained. The only thing I do not like about the school is like if someone had a broken leg or something like that, And they acted up to the point where they had to be restrained, I mean how would they do that with the injury? My daughter has been taught a lot even though she is doing her first year here. She says that she has made a lot of friends and they trust her. I recommend this school o anyone who's kid(s) need help. Only ages 5-21. My daughter is in the 8th grade, Mrs. Alessi's class. She is an awesome teacher. Thank you staff of Wheeler Clinic! You have helped my daughter a lot so Far!
where do i start without this school i dont think my son who is in 6th grade now would be able to make it they are the best they taught my son alot and still teachin him my son looks foward to going to school on a daily basis he loves it andf oh boy so do i thank u northwest for all your help we look foward to seein you all august31st
My son attended this school at the age of 3years. He was diagnosed with Autism at 18 months. Without Wheeler he would not be where he is today. He is 19 years old and attends University of Nevada, where he is a Film major. He didn't talk until he was 6 and was not potty trained until then also. He is very intelligent and carries a 3.1 GPA. His math skills are a 4th grade level, but excels in English, History, Geography and Film. You have to focus on their strengths and just deal with their weaknesses,because they have so much more to offer and excel in. Without Wheeler he would not be an adjusted and self sufficient young man. I can't say enough about the school and it's program. Betsy Martin