About Us

At ICOC, families are the foundation leading to the success of a child’s health and wellbeing.  We recognize that families are essential to promote inclusion and improve quality of life.  We utilize the core concepts of Family-Centered Care (FCC) with every interaction.  These core concepts include:

  • Dignity and Respect: Honoring the perspective of families and their choices which are based on culture, values and beliefs.
  • Information Sharing: Keeping open lines of communication to effectively engage families in decision making.
  • Participation: Encouraging families to engage in the care of their child.  This will be at the level they choose and are most comfortable with.
  • Collaboration: Collaborating with families, service providers and the community to provide opportunities for appropriate decisions to best meet the needs, strengths, values and abilities of the child and the family.

One of the key tenets in engaging with families is to understand the caregiver’s health and wellbeing.  At ICOC, embracing true Family-Centered Care include the integration of perinatal mental health and addressing emotional regulation and mental health of the caregiver with early childhood services. We support parents in identifying their strengths and areas that need support to best care for their child.

We proudly announce that ICOC is a member of the San Bernardino Learning Community for Building Healing Organizations.  As an agency, all staff apply six core concepts to support the practice of Trauma Informed Care (TIC).

  • Understanding trauma and stress
  • Creating safety and stability
  • Understanding and applying cultural humility and equity
  • Promoting compassion and dependability
  • Collaborating and empowering families
  • Promoting resilience and recovery

 **Adapted from:   https://www.sfdph.org/dph/comupg/oprograms/TIS/default.asp

We believe through education and collaboration with the families and community, we support the child’s success and participation in everyday activities.

Our Mission Statement 

To improve health and well-being of families as a whole and enhance community inclusion by providing access to compassionate interdisciplinary care, resources, services, as well as contributing to research, and education of the health care community.

Our Values Statement

Enrich the quality of life in the community by empowering families to reach their full potential.

Programs Offered

Early Intervention

  • Developmental Screening/Evaluation
  • Infant Massage Classes
  • Developmental treatment
  • Promote healthy attachment and participation in childhood activities
  • Nutrition classes
  • Individual Sessions

School Age

  • School Readiness for TK
  • Handwriting Camp
  • Picky Eater Classes for parents
  • Individual Sessions


  • Life Skills Group for Adolescents with Autism
  • Health Promotion
  • Nutritional Needs and Meal Preparation
  • College preparation
  • Individual services

Partnering Departments

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Communication Sciences & Disorders
  • Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Physical Therapy

Service Providers

Faculty and Students in the School of Allied Health Professions at Loma Linda University

Service Providers

Jonnie Galvan, MOT, OTR/L

Jonnie Galvan, MOT, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist Intern

Jonnie is a native Southern Californian. Her valued occupations are cooking, spending time in nature, and trying to keep all her plants alive and thriving. Her favorite ride at Disneyland is either the Teacups or Radiator Springs at California Adventure. She is known to always wear fun socks with a lot of personality.



Activities for Home Programs

Child Development

Home Activities for Children