2018 Aspire Spring Gala
To learn more about Aspire, please visit the Aspire Program's web site. We hope to see you on April 5.
Sponsor the Aspire Spring Gala
Your sponsorship will help to ensure that Aspire’s services are accessible for families in need and enable the expansion of program offerings, including young adult internships.
For general inquires about the Aspire Spring Gala, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617.724.3637.
Event ContactLeslie Ruchala
125 Nashua Street, Suite 540
Boston, MA 02114
Helping Children, Teens and Adults on the Autism Spectrum Achieve Success
Aspire is a highly successful, therapeutically-based program that serves children, teens and adults with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder and related social profiles. Additionally, the program supports more than 15 area school districts and conducts workshops serving 700 education and private sector professionals each year.
Aspire works to develop participants’ social skills and help them develop greater independence. Individuals on the autism spectrum often have difficulties in the areas of social skills, communication, academic achievement, sensory integration and behavioral regulation. The Aspire approach teaches social and life skills using the 3 S’s approach: Social competency, self-awareness, and stress management. This approach not only allows staff to provide individualized coaching and support “in the moment,” but also ensures an ideal environment for participants to learn new skills.
At Aspire, we work to help individuals on the autism spectrum achieve their full potential in all aspects of their lives and are committed to serving participants regardless of their economic background.
Aspire offers a fun-filled seven-week day camp for children entering first grade through age 15. Designed to model the traditional “summer camp experience,” each camp day consists of recreational activities as well as therapeutic interventions.
Thank you to our generous sponsors!
Mass General is grateful for the support of its sponsors, but it does not endorse their products or services.