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Kennedy-Donovan Center (KDC) is a nonprofit organization that supports people with developmental delays, disabilities or family challenges to pursue their personal potential and success in the community. We provide a wide range of effective supports to individuals and families through prevention, advocacy and intervention services that are person-centered, innovative, and compassionate.


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  • Early Intervention
    Early Intervention
    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.
  • Healthy Families
    Healthy Families
    Provides home-based family support and guidance to first-time parents, ages 20 and younger, from pregnancy until the child turns 3.
  • Special Education School
    Special Education School
    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
    Applied Behavior Analysis
    Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Program provides support for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as their families.
  • Foster Care and Family Services
    Foster Care and Family Services
    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
    Family Support Centers
    Family Support Centers assist individuals and families with support and comprehensive and individualized services.
  • Individual Support
    Individual Support
    Provides services for adults living on their own in the community, including meal planning, fiscal management, social/recreational support, counseling and much more.
  • Day Habilitation
    Day Habilitation
    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.
  • Host Family Services
    Host Family Services
    Supports adults with disabilities through highly individualized living arrangements in the homes of trained caregivers.
  • Residential Homes
    Residential Homes
    Provide Support and oversight to adults living groups of 2 to 4 in neighborhood homes that are fully integrated into the community.
  • Acquired Brain Injury Services
    Acquired Brain Injury Services
    Provide support for individuals with acquired brain injuries in a staffed, 24/7, fully-integrated community residence.
  • Transitional Job Supports
    Transitional Job Supports
    Partners with employers to assist adults with disabilities in finding and maintaining meaningful paid employment.
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