What happens in the summer can set the tone for the academic year to follow. According to research published by the National Summer Learning Association, summertime learning loss happens to every student. This “summer slide” can have a negative impact on academics and dropout rates.
Recent research shows that students typically score lower on standardized tests at the end of summer vacation than they do on the same tests at the beginning of the summer.
The Child and Adolescent Day Treatment Program at Rogers Memorial Hospital offers a year-round treatment program that addresses difficult behaviors. In a positive and supportive setting, children and adolescents work with clinical teams to learn about themselves and make positive changes.
Read more about the Rogers Child and Adolescent Day Treatment program and our approach to the "Summer Slide" at rogerscadt.org