Bright Futures – Services for Children & Young Adult
Communities are stronger when people realize their passions, potential, and power. Aspire Living & Learning’s programs help neurodiverse children and their families do just that.
Aspire has more than 40 years of experience bringing innovative, person-centered services to children with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism, behavioral health challenges, and complex medical needs. Children of school age have access to several services at Aspire.
How We Help Children & Young Adults
Clinical Approach: Through evidence-based methods and support, children can learn the skills that empower them to communicate, deepen their connections, succeed at school, and develop their interests.
Educational and Transitional Services: Whether at Aspire’s private special education school or through consultation services at a public school, children receive highly individualized educational services in a setting that best works for them. Transitional services are available for young adults, 18-21, to support the transition from school into adult life with a focus on career development, employment preparation, and community participation.