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Outpatient Services—Specialty Services

WISe

WISe stands for Wraparound with Intensive Services.  This is a 24/7/365 program that is available to families that have a child with a significant psychiatric or behavioral concern.  Within WISe, each family is provided with a team of professionals that include a therapist, a parent/peer partner, and a facilitator.  The family is at the center of the work and it is the family that defines what they want to work on and achieve.  It is the WISe team’s job to help support the family to achieve the goals that they have for themselves.

Neurodiverse Services

Ryther's Neurodiverse Services include Aspiring Youth and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

Health Homes

Health Homes serves families that have a child with a significant physical health care concern as well as a possible behavioral health care issue. Ryther’s Heath Home staff assist these families in navigating the health care arenas in which they are involved as well as helping them to access the supports and ancillary services that they need for their child or family resulting from their child’s illness.

Aspiring Youth

Aspiring Youth provides afterschool groups and summer day camps for children and youth with neuro-diverse presentations.  The goal of the groups and camps is to provide a safe and fun place for them to develop relationships with their peer group while learning skills to more successfully navigate their world.

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)

Aspiring Youth provides afterschool groups and summer day camps for children and youth with neuro-diverse presentations.  The goal of the groups and camps is to provide a safe and fun place for them to develop relationships with their peer group while learning skills to more successfully navigate their world.