The cost of Ohana is $50 per day. The tuition for the day includes all the materials or activity prices, as well as a home cooked lunch.
Ohana is a privately funded program, which means we cannot accept DSPD funds. Many individuals pay using their SSI money, and some insurances cover the cost of attending.
In the future, we hope to be able to offer scholarships, although we are not in the position to do that at this time.
An Ohana member should meet the following requirements:
- At least 18 years old with a cognitive or developmental disability
- Able to take care of their own personal hygiene
- Able to transfer to a standard van or vehicle
- Able to follow directions and work well in a group setting
- Always treat others with respect and kindness
Before becoming an Ohana member, each individual must meet with us for an interview either at Ohana or in their home. We will then set up a two week trial period to be sure that it is the best fit for everyone.