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MGH Aspire helps children, teens, and adults with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder or a related social profile make social connections and develop independence. At MGH Aspire our participants learn age and developmentally appropriate skills needed to succeed at home, school, in their communities or in the work place.
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Learning to Play and Playing to Learn. In a safe and caring environment children at Aspire learn the social skills needed to make friends and succeed in playdates, at school and in other typical social settings.
School-year | Summer
Making positive connections and transitioning from adolescence to young adulthood is the focus of our teen programs. Aspire helps teens, to celebrate their strengths while enhancing their capacity to be social and develop healthy independent living skills, during this important transition period in their lives.
School-year | Summer
Supporting successful independence. Aspire’s adult programs are designed to meet our participant’s needs for meaningful work opportunities, succeeding in college, developing relationships and accessing resources for living independently.
Academic-year | Summer | Internship
Consultation and Professional Development Services: Aspire’s experienced and seasoned professionals focus on helping organizations and agencies improve outcomes for individuals with a high cognitive autism spectrum disorder or related social profiles. Consult staff provide services to professionals regarding individuals, classrooms, program design, and transition planning, as well as the implementation of our “3S model”: Self-awareness, Stress-management, and Social competency.
Thank you for participating in the Aspire Spring Gala 2016. We appreciate your attendance and your tremendous generosity!
This year’s gala celebrated individuals on the autism spectrum with the tools to form lasting and meaningful relationships.
Click on the links below to watch the Aspire videos which were shown at this year's Gala.
Aspire: Building One Relationship at a Time for Young People with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Aspire’s Internship Program: Ensuring Success in the Workplace for Young People with Autism
16th Annual Aspire Spring Gala: Building One Relationship at a Time
MGH Aspire1 Maguire Rd Lexington, Massachusetts 02421Ph. 781.860.1900Fax: 781.860.1920Email: email@example.com
Serving invidividuals with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder or a related profile in the Boston metropolitan area for over 25 years. We are an MGH autism program.
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