Kavere Services primary intent is to serve families by providing short-term residential living arrangements for children with developmental disabilities. Our service model focuses on understanding the child to help the child make better use of communication systems to cope with the demands of common expectations on how to interact with others. Commitment to our service approach is demonstrated by strong partnerships fostered with regional centers, community service agencies, school districts, and the University of the Pacific Internship Program. Our core service model entails the following approaches:

Normalization/Age appropriateness:

This is a standard for each disabled Consumer so that he/she can have experiences like their age level peers through the intellectual, physical and social-emotional dimensions of being human in various settings.

Critical Skills Model:

This conceptual model entails the basic idea that children should live in the real world, they exhibit real behaviors for a real purpose that has meaning. Real life skills are introduced, reinforced and can be internalized by the developmentally disabled Consumer whether or not they can intellectualize the reality.

Natural Environments and Community Integration:

Children with developmental disabilities have a right to live in a natural environment such as their home. They have the right to experience a home situation so that they can learn to perform real skills of living, thereby becoming independent and prepared to access their community.

“Service Delivery That Always Achieves the Best Results”