We are closely monitoring the changing situation around COVID-19. While we understand the concerns and risks surrounding the virus, we also know that the people we serve and their families depend on us to provide continuous services and supports. For the safety of everyone we serve, their families, and our employees, we are taking extra precautions as recommended by public health officials, and we will adjust our procedures as their directives and recommendations change.
We encourage everyone to take care of themselves and their communities by practicing healthy habits and preventative measures recommended by the CDC (external website) and WHO (external website). We are all relying on each other.
Key Human Services in Connecticut creates opportunities for children and adults with disability to grow and make meaningful life choices, and provides assistance for people to live, work, build relationships, and participate in the community. With support from the Department of Developmental Services, the Department of Social Services, and the Department of Children and Families of the State of Connecticut, Key provides a selection of services and supports.
Established in 1989, Key is a subsidiary of Keystone Human Services and is governed by a community-based board of directors.
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Men and women receive support to live in a home within their community. Each person is supported to live independently, pursue their goals, and participate meaningfully in the community.
Individual and Family Supports include Autism Services, Individualized Day Support, Individualized Home Support, and Community Training Homes.
Comprehensive Nursing Services address the needs of children and adults with developmental disabilities. Nursing Services include RN on Call, which makes a registered nurse available 24 hours a day. Nurses are also available to contract with other agencies.
Our Birth to Three services are now closed. We are honored to have supported children and families to grow and share in many memorable moments over the years.
To find a new provider, please call 211.
This early intervention program provides direct services and supports to children who have a significant delay and their families. Provided in a child's home or community, Birth to Three supports children to develop at a pace similar to their peers.