Juvo (was Ed Support Services)

Juvo is a leading provider of behavioral health services for individuals with autism and other special needs, their families, and their surrounding community.

In-home Services
We provide in-home behavioral services to support children with autism and related disorders, as well as their families and caregivers.
Our clinical services are grounded in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a discipline devoted to the understanding and improvement of socially significant human behavior. ABA is a treatment designed to create behavior change and skill development. The specific strategies used in a client’s program will vary based on individual needs and abilities, and may include, Discrete Trial Training (DTT), Natural Environment Teaching (NET), and Incidental Teaching opportunities.
We strive to provide ABA services in a caring manner that stimulates, engages, and motivates children to embrace learning by addressing their individual needs in the least intrusive manner. The goal of our in-home services is to help each child achieve their potential and to be as independent and successful as possible.

Camp Programs

Juvo camps aim to create a genuine camp experience for children and teens with special needs. These programs run during school breaks in the winter, spring, and summer.

Our camps provide opportunities to make new friends, participate in new adventures, and conquer new physical challenges – all while having fun. We offer an enriching experience facilitated by behaviorally trained staff. The engaging activities and creative lessons help nurture the campers’ personal and social development.

 We have Mandarin and Spanish speaking Behavior Therapists available upon request.

 

CA locations in San Jose,  Concord, Pleasanton, Oakland, Antioch and Folsom

Address: 
1045 Willow St
95125 San Jose , CA
US
Phone: 
877-200-JUVO
Contact email: 
Updated: 
Sun, Apr 26, 2020: 3:48 pm
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