Hawaii Behavioral Health is contracted to provide Intensive Behavioral Support Services to children, 18 months old to age 3, who have developmental delays (cognition, speech, language, physical, motor, vision, hearing). Evidenced based interventions support these young children reaching developmental milestones.
These early intervention services are available for infants and toddlers with serious behavior concerns, and referred by the Department of Health – Early Intervention Program. Children are eligible to receive behavioral support services in addition to the developmental services they may already be receiving. These services include:
- Instructional Consultations
- Behavioral Treatment Plans
- Training and Assistance to Families
- Skills Training
Our services focus on improving communication, adaptive, academic, motor and social skills of children of all ages with autism and other developmental disabilities. Developmental therapy and behavioral services can be provided in the home, at the child’s preschool or day care, or at a designated Early Intervention Program site.
Funding Source: Department of Health – Early Intervention Services (EIS)