Meaningful Day Community Engagement

KenCrest’s Community Based-Services provide in-home and community supports to individuals with an intellectual or developmental disability residing at home with their family, in a residential setting, or living with a Lifesharing provider.

We support over 100 people living in Pennsylvania’s Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. We offer In-Home and Community Support, Respite Services, Companion Care, and One-on-One Community Participation Supports.

Services We Provide

  • Habilitation Services: assisting people in learning and acquiring daily living skills to improve their quality of life, support their family, and engage with the community.
  • Companion Care: support the people we support with their daily activities.
  • Respite Services: providing temporary care in place of a family member during times of need and provides a break for the people we support from specific skills or activities.
  • Community Participation Opportunities: this enables people to explore different interests, hobbies, and activities within their communities that can lead to employment. These services are offered in a one-on-one setting.
  • Specialized Skill Development and Community Support: for those 21 years old and older living with autism to navigate and participate in their community. This service is provided through the Adult Autism Waiver program.
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Everyone should be able to engage in the most important activities to them. Based on a supported person's needs and goals, KenCrest designs a customized person-centered program to help them make meaningful contributions within their community.

Supports include, but are not limited to:

  • Each person will acquire, maintain, or improve skills like personal care, computer skills, money management, navigating public transportation, and personal safety.
  • Socialization: becoming more connected to a local community, social group, or volunteer opportunity.
  • Healthy Living: participating in exercise routines, grocery shopping, meal prepping, and learning to make healthy life choices.


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Contact Us

To learn more about our Meaningful Day programs, please get in touch with Melissa Bailey-Raison at or 610-941-7012. Please take a moment to review our intake/referral process.