Trumpet Behavioral Health San Jose, California
1401 Parkmoor Ave, Suite 208
San Jose, CA, 95126
Phone: (408) 241-9911 ext. 0
Fax: (800) 750-2355
- 7:30am-5:30pm, Monday-Friday
- Now accepting new clients
- We are in-network with most insurance providers.
About Our Services and Clinicians
Trumpet Behavioral Health specializes in the treatment of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and other developmental delays.
We provide Applied Behavior Analysis treatment (ABA), speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, center based services, social groups, education, and training for parents, educators, and healthcare professionals. Our highly skilled, passionate staff and Board Certified consultants work hard to provide the best possible behavior management outcomes.
Trumpet Kids - A Center-based Program for all Children!
Trumpet Kids is dedicated to providing all children with exceptional learning experiences and the skills necessary to achieve their best outcomes. Whether a child is typically developing, experiencing a speech and language delay, or is diagnosed with autism or some other developmental disability, his or her learning experiences are individualized to ensure that he or she reaches his or her highest capabilities. Trumpet Kids offers two programs, an early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) program and an inclusion program. Placement within each program will be determined based upon the outcomes of skills assessments to ensure each child receives the most appropriate instruction.
Services are provided by highly skilled staff and Board Certified Behavior Analysts and curriculum is structured to provide the best outcomes using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The goal of Trumpet Kids is to provide the highest quality services to children in order to maximize their potential as they prepare for kindergarten.
Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention Program
The goal of the EIBI program is to provide the instruction necessary to assist each child in reaching his or her maximum potential. Instruction within this program is individualized and presented in a 1:1 setting. Opportunities for inclusion in small groups or the larger inclusion program exist as child’s skills develop and progress. Instruction is based upon the principles of applied behavior analysis, the most widely researched and proven effective methodology for teaching young children with developmental deficits. Curriculum focuses on all skills necessary for a child to learn from his or her natural environment including communication, socialization, and play.
The goal of the inclusion program is to offer learning experiences that prepare children for independent learning in kindergarten. Target skills include reading readiness, counting, writing, cooperative play, following directions, and responding in small groups. Both typically developing children and those diagnosed with disabilities learn together in this setting and children are offered an individualized curriculum that targets each child’s specific developmental needs.
Upon beginning services, each child will be assessed and goals will be developed to ensure progress within each kindergarten readiness domain. These assessments will be updated every 6-12 months to track progress. With no more than 2:1 child-to-staff ratios, children’s goals are easily targeted and changed when appropriate. Each child’s goals are written based upon the child’s specific needs and to optimize his or her strengths. Data is collected regularly to ensure progress within all areas and to alert staff when changes need to be made.
In-home Intensive Intervention Service up to Age 12
- An in-home therapy service for children with significant developmental delays and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Therapy services are designed for each child involving Applied Behavior Analysis.
- Typical programs consist of 10-25 hours per week of therapy
- Parent involvement and participation during all phases of the therapy program
- Focus on promoting age-appropriate behavior and typical developmental progress
- A combination of incidental, social, and structured teaching methods
- Behavior Consultation with school districts and families
- Assistance accessing insurance funding for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Presentations and trainings: development and Autism Spectrum Disorder
Clinical Operations Director
Support Services Manager