Adult Day Support Center

Adult Day Support Center

What is Day Support?

Day Support programs are intended to provide an opportunity for individuals who are diagnosed with intellectual disabilities, mental illness, or physical challenges with a supportive and engaging environment to develop soft skills and become more independent.

The Day Support program at Key Independent Day Support takes place in our spacious facility in Glen Allen and is structured to provide fun and educational activities in a small classroom setting.

Each group is led by our enthusiastic and highly qualified staff members, who help everyone based on their specialized needs and goals.

Program Highlights

The weekly curriculum at our Day Support Center incorporates a healthy balance of therapeutic instruction, recreational activity, social interaction, community integration and volunteer opportunities.

Some of the many activities and services we offer as part of our Day Support program are:

  • Quarterly treatment updates
  • Personal care assistance
  • Life skills training
  • Physical fitness
  • Arts & crafts
  • Library visits
  • Job skills development
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Community integration
  • Music & sensory stimulation
  • YMCA Memberships
  • Meals on Wheels participation

Joining the Program

If you think a friend or family member would benefit from the Day Support program at Key Independent Day Support Adult Services, we’d love to hear from you. Review our admissions criteria and get in touch to start the assessment process today!

Day Support

Key Independent Day Support is a Medicaid provider that allows individuals with ID/DD Waiver funding to enroll and participate in the program. Additionally, the Day Support Program will admit those who do not have Medicaid funding and those who require private pay situations designed to meet their specific needs. *

Admission Criteria

The staff at Key Independent Day Support works closely and diligently with support managers and family members to ensure each client admitted to the program has their individual needs met from the outset. To be considered for admission, individuals must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Have a primary diagnosis of Intellectual Disability
  • Be dually diagnosed with ID/DD conditions
  • Be eligible for ID/DD Waiver funding or private pay

Each of our services are guided by an application and careful assessment process. Based on the individual meeting the minimum criteria for admission, the organization will carefully coordinate the program with all parties involved for a smooth intake and transition into the program.

To refer or admit an individual to the Day Support and/or Residential Program, please contact us or begin the admission process now.

* Private pay arrangements will be determined on a case-by-case basis during the assessment process.