We are a family-run, family-focused therapy provider of evidence-based services. Our work is proven to help children and young adults diagnosed with autism and related disorders.
We value compassion, communication and collaboration in our approach to therapy, recognizing and celebrating the individuality of each and every one of our Intercare kids while applying proven, time-tested therapeutic treatment approaches.
Intercare moves into first office space in Santa Monica, with a small staff.
Noni starts work at Intercare as Behavior Interventionist: soon thereafter, decides to pursue his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Intercare now has 30 employees.
Intercare opens office in West Covina to serve San Gabriel Valley families.
Intercare opens two offices in Bay Area, Hayward and San Jose, to serve East Bay and South Bay families.
With five locations, Intercare employs nearly 400 dedicated staff members and counts number of families served in the many thousands.
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Ryokan College, Los Angeles. Researched early intervention methods & attachment theory for children with autism diagnoses.
"I am passionate about making Intercare a remarkable place to work for its staff, ensuring we hire and retain the best and brightest in the industry, and ensure work-life balance. By doing so, we will continue to deliver outstanding clinical services which will positively change the lives of our amazing families."
Our staff are just as much our customers as our client families. We want everyone to have a great experience both professionally and personally.
What drew me to Intercare was a smaller agency feel that is providing services on a bigger level.
Technology has moved this industry forward in ways I couldn’t imagine. I’m passionate every day I get to come to work and interact with an amazing smart team and inspiring clients.
I was drawn to Intercare because of their family focused approach. This company offers the opportunity to support and train staff so they are able to provide our families with the care that they need to achieve their goals.
I feel fortunate to be serving a community I love, with a team so committed to innovative, family-centered services.
My role is to help families access resources and understand the process to getting their children the services they need and matching them up with clinicians who truly care. It is incredibly rewarding.
Received training at Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University School of Communication Disorders and a Master's in Speech Pathology from Cal State University, Northridge. Director of successful pediatric and geriatric programs for local hospitals in both Tel Aviv and Los Angeles metro areas.