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Learning, growing, creating and enjoying each other’s company in a safe and nurturing environment – it’s what we strive for every day for our KANDU clients. We offer a range of options for individuals ages 14 and older of varying abilities and a care team that ensures all health and wellness needs are met. Clients love coming to KANDU, and caregivers know that their loved ones are happy, active, and enjoying a variety of activities and experiences. Our clients broaden their social, emotional, and personal development, and gain a sense of independence and self-worth that everyone deserves.

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What we Offer

Adult Day & Memory Care

Physical and mental health as well as social well-being are the priority of our adult day and memory care services. Our activities-based program is tailored to each participant’s abilities in a meaningful, safe, and structured environment. Our expert care staff — including certified nursing assistants— provide peace of mind that your loved one is cared for, happy and safe.

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Our person-centered living skills programs grow our clients’ daily independence. With programs for individuals age 14 and older, we cultivate a personalized plan, taking into account each person’s unique abilities and needs. Not only do participants gain increased autonomy, but they also develop increased social, emotional, and personal wellbeing skills.

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Buying a movie ticket, using a cell phone, joining a club – knowing how to accomplish these activities and more outside of work give our clients the independence they need to move confidently through their day. Livin’ & Learnin’ is for individuals ages 14 to 18 and includes support reaching personal goals and opportunities to learn new skills with others in the program.

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At KANDU, we believe that our clients can thrive in the workplace with the right support and training. Removing barriers to employment is the primary focus of our workforce programs. Whether matching individuals with employers, providing pre-vocational training, or helping someone return to the workplace after an injury, KANDU’s dedicated staff prioritizes matching clients with work that is both fulfilling and a great fit for their abilities.

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At KANDU’s Adult Family Home, we extend the person-centered care we provide our clients during the day into a full-time residential housing program. Providing accommodations for up to four individuals at a time, the Adult Family Home is fully accessible and allows residents to build deeper connections with one another.



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With weather this beautiful in February, we had to get outside and enjoy it! Clients soaked up the sunshine last week with a few barnyard visitors: goats! 🌞

Brought in by a client's mom, the baby goats were fun for both clients and staff to play with. Bottlefeeding and cuddling ...these little cuties was definitely the highlight of the day!

Did you know interacting with animals has been shown to decrease levels of cortisol (a stress-related hormone) and lower blood pressure? Studies have found that animals can reduce loneliness, increase feelings of social support, and boost your mood. [National Institute of Health]

KANDU Industries provides a diverse array of daily activities designed to promote the social, physical, and mental well-being of clients with disabilities and dementia. You can make a difference in the lives of adults with disabilities and dementia by supporting our programs through KANDU's Annual Giving Campaign: https://www.kanduindustries.com/support/annual-appeal-2023/

With weather this beautiful in February, we had to get outside and enjoy it! Clients soaked up the sunshine last week with a few barnyard visitors: goats! 🌞
Brought in by a client's mom, the baby goats were fun for both clients and staff to play with. Bottlefeeding and cuddling these ...little cuties was definitely the highlight of the day!

Chip, chip, hooray - lunchtime just got a little tastier! Frito-Lay donated snack-size chips to fill the KANDU lunch bags presented to clients on their first day of work at our new Milton location. Frito-Lay was so generous that we had quite a few bags left over, so we distributed the extras to ...clients at lunchtime last week. Thank you, Frito-Lay! 🎉

Five seniors from the Global Business Academy at Joseph A. Craig High School in Janesville came to KANDU for a tour this week. The students got to interact with clients in programs and production, and then had the opportunity to join KANDU’s Senior Management Meeting for a behind-the-scenes look ...at the inner workings of a non-profit organization.

These seniors were here to learn about the importance of giving back to their community, the impactful role that non-profit organizations play in Rock County, and the personal and professional opportunities that come with being a nonprofit board member. Here’s to the next generation of community leaders!

Spreading the love at KANDU! 💘
Last week KANDU board member Kim Hesgard brought in a Valentine's treat basket for staff & we drew a winner: Dakota! Dakota just started at KANDU's Livin' & Learnin' program last week, and we were thrilled to give her a warm welcome!

KANDU Welcomes Michael Prosser to our Board of Directors.

As president of Henrici's Management Corporation, which owns and operates several successful food service businesses in the Stateline area, including Hoffman House Catering, Prosser will bring experience as an entrepreneur and ...visionary to KANDU’s board of directors, influencing long-term strategic planning and appropriate financial risk for growth and innovation.

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KANDU Industries welcomes Michael Prosser to its board of directors. Prosser to bring entrepreneurial spirit and visionary focus to growing board of...