Carpe Diem Academy

The mission of Carpe Diem Academy is to serve children who exhibit moderate to severe cognitive, physical, medical and social-emotional delays by providing an inclusive learning environment combined with a full complement of therapeutic interventions and environmental-access technology.

The mission of Carpe Diem Academy is to serve children who exhibit moderate to severe cognitive, physical, medical and social-emotional delays by providing an inclusive learning environment combined with a full complement of therapeutic interventions and environmental-access technology.

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    what a wonderful happy place full of life and excitement! my 12 year old is newly disabled from a rare brain disease (xALD). although the bone marrow transplant he had 4 years ago stopped the disease, there was damage that was unavoidable. he just didnt fit anywhere he used to go. the public school was great for a while but they changed some rules we couldnt agree with regarding the care of my son. by pure chance we stumbled onto this school one day and went in without an appt for a look-around. the whole spirit of the school is one not only of hope but of love and caring. they are probably the only private school who allows my sons nurse to stay with him. he is multiple disabled. they do not see his challenges, only his potential. he is thriving there, slowly but surely recovering. mostly he is super happy there, has made friends, enjoys music, math, spelling, etc. even though he only listens, they make a real effort everyday to treat him like any other child, capable of learning and understanding, which he does. and has as close to a normal daily childhood as is possible. if theres one word that describes this school, its a resounding "possible". thank you carpe diem for giving my son back his childhood.

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    what a wonderful happy place full of life and excitement! my 12 year old is newly disabled from a rare brain disease (xALD). although the bone marrow transplant he had 4 years ago stopped the disease, there was damage that was unavoidable. he just didnt fit anywhere he used to go. the public school was great for a while but they changed some rules we couldnt agree with regarding the care of my son. by pure chance we stumbled onto this school one day and went in without an appt for a look-around. the whole spirit of the school is one not only of hope but of love and caring. they are probably the only private school who allows my sons nurse to stay with him. he is multiple disabled. they do not see his challenges, only his potential. he is thriving there, slowly but surely recovering. mostly he is super happy there, has made friends, enjoys music, math, spelling, etc. even though he only listens, they make a real effort everyday to treat him like any other child, capable of learning and understanding, which he does. and has as close to a normal daily childhood as is possible. if theres one word that describes this school, its a resounding "possible". thank you carpe diem for giving my son back his childhood.