Dane Street Partners with MGH to Support Aspire Program

Community Service

Dane Street announces continued support of the Massachusetts General Hospital’s MGH Aspire Program. This long-standing program offers year-round support for children, teens and adults with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder, or a related social profile achieve success. Through the Aspire Works program, young people on the autism spectrum receive real-life work experience.

As a Platinum sponsor, Dane Street’s financial contribution will help ensure Aspire’s services are accessible for families in need and allow for the expansion of program offerings. During the program’s 20 years of support, over $19 million has been raised to assist participants achieve skills necessary to be successful in their communities and workplaces.

This commitment is part of Dane Street’s ongoing initiative to support local communities and care for one another. “We are inspired by the work of the MGH Aspire team and honored to be part of something so impactful to the entire New England region,” said Will Fulton, CEO.

In 2019, the gala raised more than $2.6 million. This year, the annual Spring Gala returns in-person after three long years with a 20th anniversary celebration. Friends and sponsors will come together at Fenway Park on May 25 to raise awareness for Autism.


About Dane Street

Dane Street is a leading national provider of Independent Medical Examination and Peer Review services to the Workers’ Compensation, Auto, Disability and Group Health markets. Our nationwide panel of active-practice, board-certified health care professionals consist of more than 10,000 state-licensed individuals across more than 100 different specialties and fields of services. Our mission is to deliver superior report quality and turnaround time via robust technology, and by people who are committed to exceeding our clients’ expectations. Please visit us at (https://www.danestreet.com).

About Aspire

Aspire is a highly successful, therapeutically based program that serves children, teens and adults with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder and related social profiles. The program supports more than 15 area school districts and conducts trainings and workshops serving 700 education and private sector professionals each year. Aspire’s programming is designed to help participants develop social competency skills so that they can succeed at home, school, work and in community settings. For more information, visit (https://www.massgeneral.org/children/aspire/teen-adult)