Hope Services’ Children’s Programs serve infants and toddlers (birth-four), and children/young adults from the ages of 13-22 with developmental disabilities. Specific programs may vary across Hope’s six county service area: Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito counties. For more information about an individual program, click on the highlighted program name:
Our Early Intervention Program (Homestart) serves infants and toddlers who have been diagnosed with a developmental disability and provides their families with the skills necessary to manage the developmental problems their children may experience.
Our After School Program combines educational and recreational activities in a safe and healthy environment to provide age and developmentally appropriate after school activities for children who have a developmental disability.
When Bailey hit adolescence, his confidence went down and he became very uncomfortable in social settings, sometimes to an unmanageable level. The safe and caring environment provided by Hope where Bailey can work on many life skills with his peers has made a huge difference in his life. Read more about Bailey on our AST Afterschool Services page.