Our residential program provides a comprehensive treatment approach that includes behavioral/psychological care, education, medical care, and residential living to focus on decreasing aggressive and self-injurious behaviors, and increasing the child’s ability to achieve educational outcomes. If you are interested in exploring Heartspring, we suggest starting a dialogue with your child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) team to discuss if this may be an appropriate option.
Please refer to the following PDFs to guide you through our admissions and enrollment process.
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A Parent Handbook with supplemental enrollment and programming details may be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
How is the Heartspring School tuition paid?
The majority of the students who attend Heartspring are placed through the students’ IEP teams and funded by their local school district. Very few students qualify for funding through insurance providers. However, on a case-by-case basis, this may be possible. Some students have multiple agencies involved in the placement and in the funding (such as a school district, a child welfare agency, adoption subsidy, etc.). For some families, paying privately and/or outside financing may be an option. To learn more about outside financing, visit www.salliemae.com, or you may conduct an online search for education loans for private K-12 schools.
Licensing & Accreditation
Heartspring is licensed by the Kansas State Department of Education, the Kansas Department for Children and Families and the U.S. Immigration and Custom Enforcement's Student and Exchange Visitors Program (SEVP).
Heartspring is certified/accredited by various state departments/agencies to serve students from multiple states, in addition to international students. For a complete list of accreditations, please contact the Admissions Department.
Special Education Resources for Parents
To further explore your child’s educational rights, you can visit one or more of the following websites for additional information and resources. You may also want to visit your state’s Department of Education website to find specific regulations that may apply.
- Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
- Basics About Your Child’s Rights
- Special Education and Advocacy
- Wrights Law
Heartspring is not affiliated with, nor makes any guarantee or endorsement, for these companies/organizations.