Our individuals are our primary stakeholders. The people who come to KenCCID for services and supports are at the forefront of everything we do.
The families of the people we support are also important to us. We involve families and make them feel welcome to be a part of their family member’s life at KenCCID. More about our Stakeholders
KenCCID strives to promote dignity and choice to empower Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities reach their full potential.
Ensures that the rights, safety and well-being of the Individuals are protected and observed at all times; utilizing trained professional staff and community resources to enrich and enhance our Individuals’ quality of life.
KenCCID takes an “I Care” approach in everything we do. Read more about our Values.
Kensington Community Corporation for Individual Dignity was conceptualized by several Philadelphia Families from the Kensington area of the city, some of whom had family members who were developmentally disabled.
At the time of its founding, the era of court ordered de-institutionalization for the mentally ill into boarding homes and other unsupported environments was just beginning. Recognizing a need for services, these concerned Kensington residents worked diligently to form a non-profit corporation that would provide the quality lifestyle their loved ones deserved. Learn more about our history
Mrs. Ruth Frank is one of KenCCID’s cherished board members. She is a founder and one of the original signers of KenCCID’s Charter of 1974. She, along with her recently departed husband of 65 years, have been board members since KenCCID’s inception. Her son, Mr. Steven Frank was one of the first occupants of KenCCID’s community homes and received services until his passing in 2011. Mrs. Frank has served as KenCCID’s board president and vice president; always displaying professionalism and upholding her stance as the voice of reason in all areas, including Family and individual supports. Read more about our Board of Directors