Frequently Asked Questions

Aspire Child & Family Services, LLC, offers a range of services including diagnostic testing to determine the presence of a disability to direct support offered in the home, school, or community settings (IBHS/wraparound).

Parents are encouraged to consult with Aspire Child & Family Services if their child has any kind of special need(s), as they can support and provide recommendations as to services that can be offered.

At Aspire Child & Family Services, our professionals have worked with individuals on the autism spectrum, children diagnosed developmental disabilities, and children with behavioral issues. Although we treat various disabilities, we pride ourselves in specializing in autism. The Director/Psychologist who opened Aspire started to provide autism-specific services after her child was diagnosed with autism.

Office staff are available to take calls on weekdays from 9 AM until 5 PM excluding holidays. If you leave a voicemail during the week, we will return your call as soon as possible. Please call us at 267-388-0670.

Aspire Child & Family Services treats individuals throughout childhood up to the age of 21. Children with disabilities are eligible for Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) in the form of behavioral consultants and behavioral health technicians.

When you call our office, a representative will gather referral, insurance, and any other pertinent information. Once appropriateness of referral and eligibility are checked, you will be set up with an appointment with a healthcare provider. This will initiate the process of an assessment and treatment plan for your child by our behavioral team.

If you are concerned about your child’s development, social/emotional, or behavioral functioning, please do not hesitate to call our offices. Aspire has skilled Psychologists who can assess and diagnose a variety of disorders. Further, our IBHS team can help with skill acquisition and skill building, as well as management of problem behaviors.
Psychological testing is completed to determine the presence of a disability or weakness that is preventing optimal success in one or more areas of functioning. Generally, these evaluations include a full comprehensive interview, individual testing, and rating scales to be completed. The overall result is a comprehensive report, complete with recommendations. Please refer to the Clinical Services – Assessments page for further information.
Yes! At Aspire Child & Family Services, we can re-test your child and conduct a more comprehensive evaluation than what is included in school evaluations. The Psychologists at Aspire CFS are highly qualified and knowledgeable about special education law and have extensive experience conducting evaluations. The goal is to produce a well-written evaluation that is aligned with educational practices. The resulting comprehensive report will give a more thorough idea of what is preventing your child from succeeding in the school environment and will provide recommendations that can be brought back to the school team for review.

Explore Aspire CFS Services

Testing & Assessments

Suspecting autism or another disability affecting you or your child’s functioning? We offer diagnostic testing.

Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)

We offer both home/community & school-based behavioral health services.

Autism Services

Aspire CFS provides comprehensive Autism services.