ASPiRE! Academy Seven Hills Foundation

ASPiRE! Academy Seven Hills Foundation

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Contact Information

Seven Hills Foundation
Contact: Jen Keaney, Program Director
Email Address: jkeaney@sevenhills.org
Phone: 508-796-1502

150 Goddard Memorial Drive Worcester, MA 01603
Area Served: Central

Map Location ASPiRE! Academy

Narrative

The Seven Hills ASPiRE! Academy is a full-time, out-of-district placement option for high school students, aged 16-22, with special needs that cannot be met in the local public school system. ASPiRE! Academy offers students a dynamic alternative environment that integrates academic fulfillment with activities of adult transition. All of the students’ academic needs are met in adherence with the MA Curriculum Frameworks. The Academy’s adult transition program includes volunteer opportunities; employment training; job trials; and life, social, safety, and activities of daily living functional skills training—all with the goal toward becoming independent adults.

Accessible Parking, Accessible Restrooms Seven Hills Foundation Worcester Jen Keaney jkeaney@sevenhills.org 508-796-1502 31557 ASPiRE! Academy Education, Transition, Vocational 5) Central Job Skills, Schools - Day, Self-Advocacy - Life Skills, Skills Training, Socialization Activities 150 Goddard Memorial Drive Program Director https://www.sevenhills.org/programs/aspire-academy 01603 Free Service Developmental Disability, Intellectual Disabilities, Multiple Disability Local Area Program Director MASSACHUSETTS

Service Types

  • Job Skills
  • Schools - Day
  • Self-Advocacy - Life Skills
  • Skills Training
  • Socialization Activities

Program Type

  • Education
  • Transition
  • Vocational

Populations Served

  • Developmental Disability
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Multiple Disability

Ages Served

Accessibility Features

  • Accessible Parking
  • Accessible Restrooms

Additional Information

  • Fees: Free Service
  • Licensed By: Department of Early and Secondary Education