Adult Day Services

Building connections through safe, enjoyable day services

Something New

As Ken Anderson Alliance, we believe independence goes beyond home and work. We believe in helping individuals find their sense of purpose in creative and interactive ways. As part of our ENGAGE programs, we offer adult day services Monday through Friday each week from 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Participants can choose from three activity tracks held at our facility in Silverton and through outings in the larger Cincinnati community.

Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Day Services

We focus on activities of daily living (ADL) and supervise medication administration. Staff will be available for dropoff as early as 8:30 a.m. and for pickup no later than 3:30 p.m. Participation space is limited and individuals may only have participation opportunities for two to three days weekly based on track choices. 

Melodic Connections / Conservatory

  • Participant-driven goals for music and social skills
  • Music instruction in our studio
  • Performance opportunities throughout the community
  • Team building

Our music-based program held Monday through Friday gets folks banging on drums, doodling on keys and singing at the top of their lungs.

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Arts And Exploration

Here’s a program where it’s okay to get dirty! Held Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, it’s perfect for individuals with a swirling imagination and hands that like to move. This program:

  • Explores diverse mediums to allow for self-expression.
  • Empowers participants through art.
  • Includes both group and individual projects.

Community Engagement

For adults who like to explore, see new places and have fun with friends, our community engagement program on Tuesdays and Thursdays offers:

  • Community outings that allow participants to have meaningful interactions.
  • Opportunities to learn appropriate social skills and practice community safety protocols.
  • Integrated life skills.


With our program licensed by the Department of Developmental Disabilities, KAA provides programming for special needs adults while encouraging self-care and maximizing functional abilities. Our programs are safe, structured, comprehensive and supervised.

Vocational Habilitation

Often referred to as “voc hab,” vocational habilitation provides learning and work experience for adults with disabilities. This experience, which can include volunteer work, helps participants develop the skills needed to transition to integrated community employment. The goal is for the participant to find a job that matches personal interests, strengths and abilities.

Adults in our Vocational Habilitation program learn to:

  • Take care of personal needs.
  • Work well with others on the job.
  • Advocate for themselves in the workplace.
  • Use transportation to get safely to and from their job sites.

These services are offered specifically via our microenterprises; O2 Urban Farms and Just Brew Coffee House.

Ready to Build Connections And Have Fun?

Email Emily to schedule your intake appointment for day services.