The Aspiro model of change is research-based and clinically successful. It is founded on a series of short-term and long-term outcomes rooted in our proven methods. At Vantage Point by Aspiro, we have adapted this model to our clients.
Clinical Model: Helping Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, and Learning Disabilities
The majority of our students at Vantage Point by Aspiro are struggling with building long-term relationships; they have difficulty fitting in socially. Many of our students have diagnoses of Autism Spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, ADHD, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, social deficit, etc.
The focus of the program is on connecting with others, being present in the moment, and enhancing social skills. This leads to self-efficacy and enhanced relationship-building long term. The variety of environments in which our students are placed allows our therapists to to make accurate, ongoing assessments of their clinical needs throughout their enrollment.
The emphasis that Vantage Point by Aspiro places on family involvement facilitates positive change in our students as well. They leave the short term program, but go back to a support network that has been more clearly defined while they were in the wilderness. An integral part of our program is giving your family the tools you need to support your child when they are ready to transition home.
Tailored Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, and Learning Disabilities
As with Aspiro’s other programs, Vantage Point by Aspiro tailors individual therapy based on the specific needs of each of our students. Vantage Point students may have a treatment plan that focuses more closely on social skills, self-advocacy, and active engagement in the task at hand.
The result is self-efficacy, social engagement, meaningful relationship-building, and positive thought process. While the approach is customized based on the specific needs of the individual, our underlying model ensures that we adhere to clinical best practices in the mental health field. It provides a series of steps for growth and healing throughout our programs and beyond, when our Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Nonverbal Learning Disorder, Learning Disabilities, etc. students transition back into the “real world.”