Mahalo nui loa to Roy’s Hawaii and the Hawaii Food & Wine Festival for 20 years of support for early childhood development in Maui County. Your commitment to our community and support of Imua Family Services has empowered thousands of island keiki and families to overcome developmental learning challenges and to move forward! It's been 20-years friends! I am so grateful for everyone that has been involved every year, every step of the way. Here's to the next 20! 🍻 #HFWF17RoysGolf #HFWF17 A post shared by Roy Yamaguchi (@chefroyyamaguchi) on Oct 22, 2017 at 12:15pm PDT
Aliyah, a young child whose family recently experienced a tragic loss due to the suicide of her father, was the recipient of a special “dream day” aimed at restoring some sense of normalcy to her life while also honoring the deep sense of pride and connection she feels to her Native Hawaiian culture. Aliyah’s “Moana”-themed Dream Day was featured in The Maui News, allowing her story to reach many others. This news then inspired the members of the Lahaina Rotary Club to initiate their own significant fundraising efforts to directly support Aliyah’s family.
Since 1976, Camp Imua has helped children with special needs to experience an overnight camp experience. With support of many local businesses, organizations and individuals and with the help of volunteer caregivers, campers enjoy a number of fun activities that make it the Happiest Place on Maui!
Highlights from the 2017 BLUESMITHS Paddle Imua Race. This year 210 athletes joined in to raise funds for Camp Imua and made it the most successful event yet!
Paddle Imua is an exciting annual multiple-discipline paddle race that supports Camp Imua, a week-long recreational camp experience for special needs children ages 6-16 years. Paddle Imua brings the ocean sports community together to celebrate the lives of special needs children by embracing our connection to the ocean.
Imua Family Services’ staff works closely with families to help them to help their children “Play it Forward.” With a staff of 55 professionals consisting of Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapist, Speech Language Pathologists, Special and General Education and Family Trainers, Imua Family Services supports families and their children to move forward. If you have concerns about your child’s development, contact us today for a free consultation.
Since 1947, Imua Family Services has been empowering children and their families to reach their full potential. Our programs and staff assist children and their families overcome developmental learning challenges in their most critical formative years using play-based instruction designed to help them “Play it Forward.”
The hottest party on Ka’anapali Beach was at the Hyatt Regency celebrating Imua Family Services’ 70th Anniversary in partnership with Next Level Entertainment and Ocean Organic Vodka.
Imua Family Services celebrates 70 years of empowering keiki and their families to reach their full potential. Our programs and staff assist children and their families overcome developmental learning challenges in their most critical formative years using play-based instruction designed to help them move forward. Imua owes it success to a caring and generous community who has supported the Imua mission for 70 years!
Imua Inclusion Preschool serves both typical and non-typical children between the ages of 3 and 5 years old. Inclusion means teaching all children together, regardless of ability level. Inclusive programs celebrate children’s similarities, as well as their different abilities and cultures.