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 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. Currently, because of the Covid-19 Pandemic, we have offer a blended format of in-person and telehealth services.
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.