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TWAI Program Overview for Parents

TWAI Program Overview for Parents

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Welcome to your TWAI Program Overview for Parents

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Check Your Understanding - Program Overview


1. T/F Novice is the first of three phases in the Turning Winds program

2. T/F The Mentor Phase of Turning Winds prepares the student to transition back into the home environment

3. T/F The Transition support phase offers support to both the student and their parents during the first three months after the student’s graduation from the program

4. We renew a teen’s belief in their potential by:

5. Which of the following is not a Turning Winds virtue:

Check Your Understanding - Items to Accomplish in the First Week


1. T/F  The impact letter is due during the first week

2. T/F It is important to send your child’s transcripts during the first week

3. T/F If you have not received any of the required forms you may email Marcine Holmes to have her resend?

4. The parent portal gives the parents access to:

5. Which of the following forms is not required during the first week:

Check Your Understanding - Therapeutic Services


1. T/F Therapeutic measures are student-focused and family-centered within a healing and supportive environment.

2. T/F The Family Workshop is an essential and required part of the Turning Winds program.

3. T/F Each parent is required to write, and have delivered, an Impact Letter at the time of their child’s arrival at Turning Winds.

4. The following groups are offered at Turning Winds:

5. Which of the following is not good to include in the impact letter:

Check Your Understanding - Academic Program


1. T/F Education for students is individualized at Turning Winds.

2. T/F We believe that high expectations are necessary for the student to reach their greatest potential.

3. T/F Twenty-five credits are required for graduation from Turning Winds Academic Institute

4. The following factors may be considered in determining grades:

5. Cooperative learning activities are used to:

Check Your Understanding - Parent Curriculum


1. T/F It is important for you, the parent(s), to develop skills and make improvements in your own life that will better enable you to support the success of your child

2. T/F The Turning Winds program has three distinct phases

3. T/F The first phase in the Turning Winds program is called the Novice Phase

4. The following books are recommended:

5. Which of the following assignments is not part of the curriculum

Check Your Understanding - Communication


1. T/F  We request that you write to your child weekly

2.  T/F All packages must be mailed with a completed Student Package Content List

3. T/F The recommended email address to send your child’s letters to is [email protected]

4. The following are items should not be sent to your child without prior approval:

5. Phone calls/video conferencing with your child typically start:

Check Your Understanding - Student Dress Code


1. T/F The way we present ourselves is a reflection of who we are and what we do.

2. T/F Contraband is anything that is brought onto the Turning Winds campus that is not specifically allowed and does not reflect the values, expectations, or beliefs of Turning Winds.

3. T/F Turning Winds is not responsible for keeping track of student’s belongings.   Students have the sole responsibility for keeping track of their belongings.

4. Examples of contraband could include:

5. Which of the following is not appropriate dress for Turning Winds:

Check Your Understanding - Local and Home Visits


1. T/F  The impact letter is due during the first week

2. T/F It is important to send your child’s transcripts during the first week

3. T/F If you have not received any of the required forms you may email Marcine Holmes to have her resend?

4. The parent portal gives the parents access to:

5. Which of the following forms is not required during the first week:

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