Our Services

KDC offers critical developmental support, programming, and resources to individuals and families living in 150 communities throughout Central and Southeastern Massachusetts. All of our children’s, adult, and family services are through partnerships with state agencies, including the Department of Developmental Services, Department of Children and Families, Department of Public Health, Department of Secondary Education, and MassHealth.

Early Intervention
  • Family-centered support for children with developmental delays through parent education, resources & advocacy
  • Team of licensed professionals & certified specialists support family goals
  • Confidence & skill-building through child & parent-focused groups
  • Personalized programming & in-home support for individuals & their families
  • Comprehensive evaluations from licensed Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs)
  • Parent education & training to manage family & self-care
Foster Care and Family Services (Ages 0-22)
  • Range of foster & transition programs that support & stabilize those in crisis
  • Independent living apartments for young adults
  • Supervised visits between parents & their children
Day Habilitation (Ages 22+)
  • Day program for adults facing developmental disabilities
  • Qualified & experienced team facilitates skill-building & community integration with 1:4 ratio in classrooms
  • Nursing services for complex medical needs
Adult Foster Care (Ages 16+)
  • Supports individuals with medical needs / intellectual disabilities living with a family
    member or caregiver
  • KDC case management of medications, health & home environment
  • Provides ongoing training & provides caregiver stipend, room & board, per recipient needs
Shared Living (Ages 22+)
  • Individualized arrangements to achieve match with non-family member caregivers
  • Includes KDC case worker management, 24/7 on-call support & Respite Care based upon recipient needs
  • Ongoing support & training for caregivers
Family Support Center (Across Lifespan)
  • Provides flexible, comprehensive services for individuals & family needs
  • Helps to find local service options & promotes parent networking, mentoring & support
  • Offers educational events/trainings on family topics & community social/recreational
Individual / Supported Living (Ages 22+)
  • Empowers adults to live independently in the community
  • Promotes growth through individual goal planning, skill-building & community connections
Community Job Support (Ages 22+)
  • Job readiness, placement & retention for those with disabilities
  • In partnership with employers, supports resume writing, practice interviews & on-the-job training support
Respite Services (Ages 18+)
  • Short-term support for families of those with developmental disabilities
  • Provides family members with breaks from daily routine for self-care, social/recreational outings, skill-building & life skills coaching
  • Overnight supervision & on-call assistance for emergencies



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