Each and every day, the classroom teams and mental health professionals at Pace transform lives. Sometimes the changes are large, but more often they are small changes that over time create amazing success.
As a recent consultant to our Partial Hospitalization Program recently observed “you don’t have any easy cases.” The challenges our children face are complex and on-going. That staff are able to stand by them day after day providing caring structure and effective practices is nothing short of amazing. »Read More
When I first came to Pace Learning Center I didn’t want to be here. There were only a couple of kids, but i got a lot of attention and made some friends. I had a bad temper and always was getting held at the YMCA before and after school.
I really like my teachers here and am really good at doing my work, especially math. So I finished kindergarten and first grade, then I got a new teacher at PLC for second grade. My mom really wanted me to go back to my public school and I wanted to go back too.
So I started to go there for a half day in the afternoon for a couple of weeks. Things went really good and right after Thanksgiving I went back to my public school permanently. At PLC I learned to control my anger and be a positive role model to the little kids. I only needed to be restrained one time the whole time I was at PLC. I also learned to be safe and to use my safety plan when I get mad.