Our autism services use the universally-recognized, evidence-based principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) to help children with autism strengthen behavioral, emotional, communication and vocational skills. ABA strategies have been developed and refined from university-based research studies and are proven to be effective in helping children learn.
Our team works with children and their families in their homes, and with children and their teachers in their classrooms.
In-home services help parents identify problem behaviors and behaviors to improve, and then systematically respond to those behaviors in ways that help the child make positive change.
In the classroom, we provide and supervise behavioral therapists who work directly with children, and we are also responsible for overall clinical coordination.
In all cases, our goal is to empower parents and teachers with communication and management strategies that have been proven effective in helping children with autism.
Aspire provides specialized early intervention services for young children up to the age of six who have received a diagnosis of autism and have been recommended for intensive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services.
We firmly believe that the best outcomes for children come from consistency and effective communication between home-based and school-based services. Because we support caregivers in both settings, we are well-equipped to foster this coordination between home and school, setting kids up for success.
If you are the parent, teacher or caregiver of a child with autism, please contact us to learn more about how our autism services we can help.