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President of WWASPS Issues Statement in Response to Accusations


Ken Kay calls accusations “preposterous”; says that WWASPS will be cleared of charges.

(St George, UT) October 25, 2006 - WWASPS (World Wide Association of Schools and Programs) is an association of schools and programs which helps struggling teens. A school that is within the WWASPS is being sued for alleged misconduct. The president of WWASPS is Ken Kay. He issued the following statement in regard to the recent accusations:

“This lawsuit has been orchestrated by a competitor of WWASPS. The allegations are preposterous. WWASPS’ member programs have successfully served over 10,000 teens and families. We have a high parent satisfaction rate and have received thousands of reference letters. For the most part, these allegations are made by a few former students who have very troubled histories. They will be countered by numerous other students and student leaders familiar with these particular students and their situations. We are pleased that also testifying on behalf of the program will be many of the nurses, teachers, staff members, social workers, doctors, and other independent professionals who have worked with or who have provided services to these students. All of these people are under strict legal and professional obligation to report any mistreatment or abuse, such as what is being claimed by this small group of former students. Further testifying on behalf of the program will be numerous parents and independent review agencies that have personally inspected, reviewed, and questioned students at the facilities. WWASPS looks forward to clearing our name in this action and will most likely counter-sue.”


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