Aspire’s family-centered approach is central in all aspects of our Early Intervention Program.

The family-centered curriculum empowers families to work with their children, as parents are the first and most important teacher a child has. Traditionally, the majority of Early Intervention (EI) programming is provided in a home-based environment, focusing on meeting families where they are and ensuring a space that will foster positive learning and development.

As always, goal-planning for the child comes from the directives of their families, with a focus on what they feel is most important and most needed. Aspire supports each family through parent education, parental support, and securing connections with community resources.

Children and Families Served Annually

70 Years of Service for the Community

More than 100 Staff

Over 10 Languages Spoken

Early Intervention

Early Education Center

Early Support

News & Events


Aspire to Host Free 12-week Nurturing Parent Workshop

Aspire to Host Free 12-week Nurturing Parent Workshop Enrollment Now Open for New Program Starting July 12 in Lynn Aspire…

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June 2022



Aspire Summer Kick-Off Event

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Celebrating Our Success

An Exceptional Outcome After Serious Health Scare To see Ray Tarpinian playing tee-ball with his friends, cruising around on his…

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