Early Intensive Intervention and Non-Intensive Intervention is early attention to behavioral and developmental needs to minimize the impact of disabilities on your child's development. Services can include but are not limited to one-on-one or group intervention, parent education, as well as speech, occupational, and or physical therapy.
Services are dependent on your child's comprehensive evaluation and are spelled out on the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). Early Intervention is available through the Early Start Program or private pay.
Coming Soon! Speech therapy addresses delays and disabilities in speech, language, and communication. Communication is vital to early learning and social interaction.
Coming Soon! Physical therapy (PT) promotes motor development and function, facilitates learning opportunities, and improves strength and endurance.
Occupational therapy (OT) focuses on helping an individual with developmental variations improve their physical, sensory, cognitive, and motor skills to help with daily activities (e.g., feeding, dressing, playing, etc.).
Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy
ABA focuses on improving behaviors such as social skills, adaptive skills, communication, academics, self-care, and more through the use of techniques and principles to bring meaningful and positive change.
Honu is currently contracted with:
Santa Clara Family Health Plan
Please be advised that not all clinical services are covered by every insurance provider. It is important that you find out exactly what services your insurance policy covers at the outset of ABA. It is the responsibility of the client to check with the insurance company on coverage and copayments/deductibles.
Intensive Behavior Services
Coming Soon! Intensive Behavior Services offers a comprehensive and results-oriented treatment program using evidence-based methodologies to minimize harmful behaviors while increasing socially valid behaviors. This program is offered through the Regional Center or private pay.
Adaptive Skills Training
Coming Soon! Adaptive Skills Training focuses on increasing functional life skills toward a greater level of independence. Target areas include adaptive skills, self-help skills, communication, community, social skills, executive functioning, self-advocacy, health, and community access. Adaptive Skills Training is available through the Regional Center for consumers between the age of 13 and 22 or private pay with no age requirements.