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Aspire Day School is a Day Treatment Program that offers a highly structured curriculum utilizing multiple evidence-based treatment modalities, including behavioral modification, to address behavioral problems. Members of Aspire participate in therapeutic groups, individual psycho-social rehabilitation, and individual and family counseling. These programs are designed to teach healthy social skills, anger management, conflict resolution, appropriate classroom behavior, improved focusing skills, appropriate verbalization, and impulse control, tailored to each individual’s diagnosis and treatment plan.

Active participation from families and guardians is required.

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The Power of CANS Assessments in Day Treatment Programs

In the pursuit of empowering students whose maladaptive behaviors challenge traditional learning environments, Aspire Day School employs a revolutionary tool: The Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) assessment. This dynamic instrument is not just a form – it’s a pathway to transformation.

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ASPIRE Day School Is Proudly CARF Accredited

CARF ® accreditation demonstrates a program’s commitment to the highest quality treatment methods. Accreditation demonstrates that our organization is committed to reducing risk, addressing health and safety concerns, respecting cultural and individual preferences, and providing the best possible quality of care.

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