A charitable organization providing assessment, therapy and preschool services for children
Join us for an evening of community spirit and delicious desserts.Learn More
Check out Aspire resources from the Greg Weber Discovery Library.Review Resources Here
Come out to Sylvan Lake on August 13 for a full day of family fun.Learn More
Aspire is a charitable organization run by a team of caring and optimistic professionals who believe in working with families, and the local community, in order that children with special needs can reach their full potential.
Formerly the Children’s Services Centre, we have been providing an understanding, supportive and knowledgeable experience for families who have children with special needs since 1985.
Date: September 29, 2022
Time: 5:30 pm - 10 pm
Where: Parkland Pavilion - Westerner Park, Red Deer
It can be confusing when your child has difficulty learning or displays challenging behaviour.
This 6-week Transdisciplinary Assessment & Consultation program allows our team to get to know both you and your child.Learn More
If you suspect your child has special needs and you are looking for answers, this service may be right for you.
These half-day clinics give our professionals an opportunity to provide you with the clarity you need to support your child.Learn More
I don’t worry about her future anymore, I know she’s going to do amazing at whatever she does and we believe in her. We always have; we just didn’t know how to help her, and that’s what the people here have done for us, for her.
My husband and I have donated over the years and we will continue to, so that other families that receive difficult news about the children they love can be supported by this amazing organization.
I feel like this year with Aspire has brought a childhood back to my little boy.
Aspire fits very well with our Foundation’s objective of assisting Alberta Families and enhancing child development.
Aurora is an energetic, mischievous, cheeky, loving and absolutely wonderful little girl…..who just happens to have Down Syndrome.