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Aspire to Host Free 12-week Nurturing Parent Workshop

June 15, 2022 1:17 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Aspire to Host Free 12-week Nurturing Parent Workshop Enrollment Now Open for New Program Starting July 12 in Lynn Aspire Developmental Services will host a free 12-week interactive parenting workshop focused on child development and infant/toddler behavior starting on July 12. The program will be led by childhood development professionals from Aspire and will include a wide variety of activities...


Celebrating Our Success

June 2, 2022 3:57 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

An Exceptional Outcome After Serious Health Scare To see Ray Tarpinian playing tee-ball with his friends, cruising around on his micro scooter or romping in the backyard with his older sister, one would never know that he had suffered a serious health scare earlier in his life — one that could have permanently impaired his balance, coordination and communication skills....


Early Childhood Literacy Night

May 27, 2022 8:14 am Published by Leave your thoughts

On Wednesday, May 25, Aspire was one of many community organizations that participated in Early Childhood Literacy Night at Manning Field, an event sponsored by Lynn Public schools and funded through a grant from the Department of Early Education and Care. The event included a wide variety of free activities focused on literacy, reading, health, exercise and movement. Thanks to...


Aspire Golf Classic a Big Success!

May 26, 2022 2:21 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

The weather couldn’t have been more perfect for the 4th annual Aspire Golf Classic held on Monday, May 23, at Todesco Country Club in Marblehead. A full field of golfers participated in the scramble-style, 18-hole tournament that was followed by an award ceremony and barbeque. Many thanks to our sponsors and all who attended! Your support makes a real difference...


Celebrating Our Success

May 20, 2022 2:23 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Marblehead Toddler Sees Immediate Results While Addressing Speech Delay It wasn’t that 18-month-old Maggie Aamoth couldn’t communicate, she just did so without using words. “She was very good at expressing herself in other ways, but she only had a few words in her vocabulary,” says her mom, Annie Aamoth, a special education teacher in Marblehead. Her two older sons had...