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Boundless after-school and day programs help kids and adolescents reach their full potential.

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What are Boundless after-school and day programs?

We designed our after-school and day programs—  including our seasonal jumpstart program —  to meet the unique needs of kids and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and other behavioral and mental health challenges. Licensed behavioral health providers and other health care professionals use a mix of art, music, puzzles, games, outdoor adventures, role-play, and more to practice emotional management, increase positive behavior, and improve self-esteem and confidence.

Goals and outcomes of Boundless after-school and day programs

While specific programs may have a slightly different emphasis, all of our after-school and day programs are designed to help young people who may struggle outside of a traditional school setting maximize personal gains.

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    Emotional management

    Learn to regulate emotions, practice mindfulness, and build distress tolerance.

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    Communication skills

    Practice exchanging thoughts, feelings, needs, and wants in a meaningful way.

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    Community engagement

    Explore all your neighborhood has to offer, including employment training opportunities.

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    Social skills

    Develop interpersonal skills while making new friends with similar challenges.

Programs available in your community.

Hours of operation and staffing resources can vary by location. For information about a specific program, please get in touch to learn more about how we can help your loved one live a more boundless life.

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Medina Program

Boundless Horizons is an after-school program designed to offer therapeutic support to children and adolescents with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities, or other behavioral and mental health challenges. Our personalized curriculum uses art, sports, games, gardening, and more to practice emotional management, increase positive behavior, and improve self-esteem and confidence. 

To learn more about Boundless Horizons in Medina contact Ashanti Moore at asmoore@iamboundless.org

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Perrysburg Program

Boundless is very excited to offer our seasonal Jumpstart Behavioral Health program at our new location in Perrysburg! We currently offer a morning program for ages 5 to 11 and an afternoon program ages 12 to 17. 

To learn more about Jumpstart in Perrysburg contact Tonya Camden at tcamden@iamboundless.org

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West Carrollton Program

Our Jumpstart Behavioral Health program focuses on integrated behavioral health and skill development. We limit groups to eight participants with two staff per group. Resources permitting, a one-to-four staffing ratio may be possible. 

Contact James Lindsey at 937-247-2400 or jlindsey@iamboundless.org

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Worthington Program

Our Jumpstart Behavioral Health program is available seasonally during summer break. We limit groups to no more than eight participants with two staff per group. Resources permitting, a one-to-four staffing ratio may be possible.

Contact Kelli James at 614-436-7897 ext. 2371 or kjames@iamboundless.org.

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Youngstown Program

Our Boundless Horizons program is available during extended school breaks and throughout the summer, Monday - Friday from 2 until 6 p.m. The program is located on the Mahoning Valley Campus of Care and features a sensory room and computer lab. 

Contact Debbie Smith at debsmith@iamboundless.org or 330-596-1042 ext. 2029

My child has been at Boundless for years. I don't even have words to describe the hard work and dedication his team has poured into him over this time. It literally has been life-changing.

Courtney Lorelle

Is a Boundless after-school or day program right for my loved one?

We specialize in working with children with behavioral health challenges such as autism, or who are coping with ADHD, ODD, depression, anxiety, self-harm, trauma, or other stress-related disorders. To learn more about one of these programs, contact an intake counselor today.

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