Aspire provides Early Intervention services for children from the ages of twelve months to ten years of age. Our programs are guided by evidence-based contemporary Applied Behaviour Analysis techniques. Due to our multi-disciplinary team we can provide high quality services for a variety of children with difficulties throughout Sydney.
We provide a highly individualised program for each child in our program. After we conduct an initial assessment, and depending on your family’s and your child’s needs, we may recommend a certain program or specific service such as speech pathology or psychological services for your child. The intensity of your child’s program can vary between two hours of therapy per week for our Family Support Program to forty per week for our Early Intensive Intervention program. Our programs generally cover all areas of intervention and are all based around positive behaviour support techniques.
A diagnosis is not necessary to receive services. If you are concerned regarding the development of your child and you feel your child would benefit from a comprehensive approach that targets all developmental areas, Aspire can provide a program for you.
Children with the following diagnoses may benefit specifically from our services:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Global Developmental Delay
- Language and Communication Difficulties
- Social Delays
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Down Syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Williams Syndrome
- Nonverbal Learning Disorder
- Semantic Pragmatic Disorder
- Specific Language Impairment
- Difficulties with reading, literacy and decoding
- Academic difficulties
- Other related difficulties
Aspire can help you and your child by offering services that will benefit your whole family.
We offer three different programs – Early Intensive Behavioural Intervention, Consultancy and First Steps – along with Speech Pathology services and Social Skills Groups for our clients. You can find out more about these services by clicking on the link in the sidebar to the right of this page.
Contact us for an initial assessment at your home to see whether our services suit your needs and we can provide a program for your child.