Students 5 to 21 years of age receive services at Aspire's Center for Learning, according to their Individual Education Program (IEP).Aspire's Center for Learning heavily leverages technology in its curriculum development. Our goal is to provide each student with the needed technology to make them as independent and successful as possible. Opportunities for integration with non-disabled peers are available through innovative partnerships with school districts and private agencies.
The major emphasis for students ages 5 to 12 is on the development of cognitive, language (both verbal and non-verbal), self-help, perceptual/motor, and physical skills.
Students 13 to 21 participate in a program that provides specialized training in pre-vocational and community living skills, with emphasis on self-help and communication skills development.
Focusing on leisure and recreational activities, the program is available for children and young adults with disabilities, 3 to 18 years of age at Aspire's Center for Learning. Activities include arts and crafts, baking, outdoor/indoor gross motor games and free play. There are regular opportunities for younger children, under the age of 12, to be integrated into Aspire's Children's Discovery Corner day care. Program Hours: 2:30 PM to 6:00 PM.
Contact Aspire's Center for Learning at 716.505.5700 for more information.