Provides comprehensive, family-centered, and community-based supports to families with young children, birth to 36 months, who have or are at risk for developmental delays.
Provides home-based family support and guidance to first-time parents, ages 20 and younger, from pregnancy until the child turns 3.
Provides the highest quality education services to students, ages 3 through 21, with autism, developmental delays, multiple disabilities, neurological disorders, physical disabilities, or who are medically fragile.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Program provides support for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as their families.
Foster care is the temporary or long-term placement of a minor child in the family home of a non-relative. Reasons for placement include medical needs, developmental disabilities, or a history of abuse and neglect.
Family Support Centers assist individuals and families with support and comprehensive and individualized services.
Provides services for adults living on their own in the community, including meal planning, fiscal management, social/recreational support, counseling and much more.
Provides short-term, intensive case management to families of a child or adult with developmental disabilities who are in crisis and at risk of out-of-home placements for their children.
Day Habilitation provides a daily, comprehensive program of therapies, developmental skills training, medical oversight, and assistance with activities of daily living for adults with developmental disabilities in a supportive, caring environment.
Supports adults with disabilities through highly individualized living arrangements in the homes of trained caregivers.
Provide Support and oversigh to adults living groups of 2 to 4 in neighborhood homes that are fully integrated into the community.
Provide support for individuals with acquired brain injuries in a staffed, 24/7, fully-integrated community residence.
Partners with employers to assist adults with disabilities in finding and maintaining meaningful paid employment.
Access Cape Cod is a three-year project to improve community accessibility for individuals with developmental disabilities on Cape Cod.
Kennedy-Donovan Center operates a transportation program which provides specialized round trip transportation for individuals who utilize KDC programs and other day habilitation and school programs in the Southeast Massachusetts area.