Individual Supports

Aspire Supports provide Individual Supports services under the Community Care program. As with all services, we are dedicated to providing nurturing, therapeutic and person-centered services in and out of your home settings in ways rivaled by few. Every staff member is trauma-focused and is trained in Positive Behavior supports. Our goal here is to help you achieve whatever it is that you aspire to achieve, including increasing your community-based activities. We are committed to assisting, training and/or supervising you as you learn and perform tasks such as self-care, social skills, and activities of daily living.

This service is delivered at no cost to you or your family. Under the Medicaid-based Fee-for-Service system Aspire Supports is reimbursed for services rendered. This reimbursement is provided by Medicaid from your DDD individual budget, consistent with prior authorization granted in your individualized service plan (ISP).

Community Based Supports

We provide direct supports and assistance for you in or out of your home in order to help you to reach and/or maintain increased independence,productivity, enhanced family functioning, and inclusion in the community.Our goal remains to help you achieve whatever it is that you aspire to achieve, including increasing your community-based activities and assisting, training and/or supervising you as you learn and perform tasks such as self-care, social skills, and activities of daily living.

As is the case with Individual supports, this service is provided at no cost to you. The reimbursement from Medicaid comes from you DDD individual budget, consistent with the prior-authorization granted in your ISP. 

Community Inclusion

We provide this service outside of your home to assist and support you in educational, enrichment
or recreational activities. Our Trauma-focused staff delivers this direct support service to you in a group of two, three, four, five, but no more than six total participants consistent with the Supports Program Policy and Procedure Manual. Click here for a list of frequently asked questions and answers.