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 is setting the industry standard for high quality, person-centered, developmental and community living services.

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In 2009, Milestones Services, formerly Home Care for Kids,  started with one college student providing respite services for families with children with special needs and has grown to more than 100 clients and a staff of more than 30 providers to meet the ever growing demand for these services. In 2011, the company was certified by the Kentucky Department for Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to provide developmental and community living supports under the Kentucky Medicaid Waiver programs, which began the company’s transition into providing services for adults in addition to children.


The goal of Milestones Services is to be the highest quality provider of services to assist children in reaching their full developmental potential and adults achieve the highest level of independence and quality of life and be respected and valued members of their community. We accomplish this through providing community living supports, community access services, personal assistance services, supported employment services, residential services and respite care.


Hello, my name is Adonna Bass Wickliffe and I’m the Executive Director and CEO of Milestones Services and the mother of a child with significant special needs. We have been assisting children and adults with developmental and intellectual challenges reach their full potential since 2009. We accomplish this by helping them gain appropriate levels independence in social, academic, and life skills, giving them a voice through advocacy, education and exposure and assisting them in securing meaningful employment. Our ultimate goal is to improve our clients’ quality of life by helping them reach their full potential and become respected members of their community.


I am a parent of a child with special needs and I entered this field because I want to raise the bar for the quality and level of services provided for our loved ones. Not only do I run an organization that serves all individuals with developmental and intellectual challenges, I also advocate for all individuals with development and intellectual challenges as well as other physical, emotional and health challenges through my leadership position on the Board of the Council on Developmental Disabilities and as a commissioner on the Board of Commissioners for the Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs. Without question, I work hard every day to build an organization that respects the individualized need of our clients, delivers high quality services and helps them live full lives as respected and valued members of their communities. I am honored that our clients and their family members trust us to provide services for them and I take that responsibility very seriously. We hope you will give us the opportunity to

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