What we have to offer:

Visual Arts

Students explore their natural creativity using a variety of mediums including watercolor and acrylic paints, charcoal, ink wash, oil pastels, graphite, and clay. By providing our students with the proper tools and guidance, hidden skills and talents in the visual arts can naturally develop. Artwork created by the students is often displayed in the community.

  • Painting
  • Drawing
  • Sewing
  • Knitting
  • Crocheting
  • Photography
  • Print Making
  • Studio Art
  • Sculpture Making



Performing Arts

Our students are given the opportunity to discover and develop skills in music, dance, and drama. Students perform onsite and in the community, which helps to bridge the gap of misconceptions for adults with intellectual disabilities. These performances educate, enlighten, and inspire the public. In turn, our performers are able to give back to the community in a productive and meaningful way, fostering a genuine sense of self-worth and empowerment in each individual.

  • Dance
  • Movement
  • Drama
  • Music
  • Voice
  • Piano/Keyboard
  • Q-Chord
  • Flute
  • Guitar
  • Bass Guitar
  • Drums
  • Songwriting



Life Skills/Life Enrichment

Students continue their education and development of skills needed to promote independence, responsibility, and self-advocacy.

  • Computers
  • Reading
  • Money Skills
  • Math
  • Writing
  • Sign Language
  • Fitness
  • Current Events



We work with each person to create an individualized program that best fits their specific needs.  Please feel free to call us at 714-635-5261 if you have any questions.


General Program Information:

  • 1:6 Ratio
  • Site-based program with periodic field trips
  • Opened year-round, observing national holidays
  • Vendored through Regional Center of Orange County, and also serving neighboring regional center clients
  • Transportation is not provided but can be arranged through your service coordinator at Regional Center


Daily Program Information:

  • Each student has 5 scheduled classes a day
  • Each class is 50 minutes long
  • Lunches last 1 hour
  • Students can bring a lunch or purchase food items at our store. Microwaves and a refrigerator are available for students to use with staff assistance.
  • 10 minute breaks are given between classes
  • Schedules vary each day to offer a wider selection of classes to everyone


Who We Serve:

  • Ages 22 and older
  • Those with an intellectual disability who are ambulatory, capable of handling their personal needs, and show no current aggressive behaviors
  • Those showing an interest, skill, or talent in any of the arts
  • Fulltime and part time students (2-5 days per week)


Enrollment Process:

  • Call Janice Reyes to schedule a tour of our program (714) 635-5261
  • Contact your service coordinator at Regional Center and ask them to send a referral packet to ASPIRE Creative Arts Program
  • A 2 day assessment will be arranged
  • If accepted, paperwork for the program must be completed before the student’s first day of attendance

Proof of a TB test dated within the past year must be provided before the first day of attendance.