Posted Jan. 25, 2013, at 4:57 p.m. Bangor Daily News Last modified Jan. 25, 2013, at 5:14 p.m. Maine people without disabilities might not spend much time thinking about those who have Asperger’s syndrome, autism or Down syndrome. Part of the reason may be because people with cognitive disabilities have often been segregated, such as … Read More
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95% of people surveyed who receive community supports rate them as Good/Very Good; and, 98% of people surveyed who receive home supports rate them as Good/Very Good. Thank you to our Direct Support Professionals who are responsible for these amazing results!
Corey Alley celebrated five years of owning his own recycling business! He thanked his commercial and residential customers by distributing personalized magnets and pens. Quite an accomplishment!
Maine’s Protection and Advocacy agency, the Disability Rights Center, honored KFI as their “Business of the Year”. Representatives from KFI’s Board, staff, and individuals supported attended the DRC’s annual meeting in Freeport and received the award which recognized KFI “for its exemplary work and for improving the lives of Maine citizens with disabilities.”
The Employment First Maine Act would require that state agencies that provide or fund services and supports to persons with disabilities shall provide, as the first and priority service option, integrated, community-based and/or customized employment as a core component of the service delivery system. Gail Fanjoy, KFI Executive Director, is a member of the Maine … Read More