Infant Child Development
Our Infant Child Development Program serves more than 400 children and their families each year with Imua staff seeing many of these children multiple times depending on their needs. This early intervention serves children from birth to age three who have development concerns and focuses on improving the development of physical, cognitive, communicative, adaptive, social and emotional skills.
In addition, the program helps families by providing information, demonstrations, and support to caregivers that helps them better understand their children’s developmental needs and how to meet them. Care coordination is available to help families utilize resources at home and in the community. Support Plans are developed in partnership with the family and service team that build on strengths and priorities of the family.
Imua Family Services provides evaluations & services utilizing a specialized team of:
- Special Education Teachers
- Speech-Language Pathologists
- Occupational Therapists
- Physical Therapists
- Care Coordinators
Imua Family Services is contracted by the State of Hawaii, Department of Health, Early Intervention Section to provide services to children birth to age three who are eligible under Part C of the Individuals with Disability Education Act (IDEA).
Links to additional Infant and Child Development Resources: