Kinexion: Empowering individuals to live their best life, for life.
Kinexion is the management service organization (MSO) for an affiliate network comprised of: Independent Group Home Living (IGHL), The Association for Technology Dependent Children ("Angela’s House"), New Interdisciplinary School (NIS), Center for Developmental Disabilities (CDD), Head Injury Associates (HIA), Maryhaven and East End Disability Associates (EEDA). This network positions seven well-respected organizations to lead the way in which we are able to provide lifetime supports for people with disabilities. This central organization is responsible for administrative operations and offers financial security as a collective 250-million-dollar organization, employing more than 4,000 staff members and providing services to more than 10,000 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities across Long Island.
Affiliate providers are connected through shared departments to support Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources, Corporate Compliance, Purchasing, Maintenance and Logistics. In addition, each affiliated provider will purchase services that Kinexion offers, affording them greater support from specialized professional departments at reduced costs. As a result, affiliated providers will have the best opportunities for continued growth and direct savings; so, money can be spent on person-centered services.
Inspired by research and feedback from people with special needs, family members, providers and community members, the Kinexion name connotes the driving force behind its affiliates, as well as the network of resources it provides to its constituencies. The tagline A Family of Services, A Lifetime of Care clearly identifies that we are multiple agencies offering the continuum of supports and services for people with disabilities. The Kinexion logo represents that in all we do, the network’s philosophy is to be person centered.
Within the Kinexion network you will find a continuum of superior lifetime care that supports people with disabilities and their families and makes a more inclusive community economically viable and sustainable. So we can all live our best lives for life.