Kiley Developmental Center Profile

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Individual Profile - Updated 7/01/2022

Measure Value
Current Census 196
Average age of persons served (19 - 92 current age range) 49.42
Persons served with severe or profound intellectual disabilities 62.7%
Nonverbal, use sign language or gestures to communicate 33.1%
Persons served with a behavior intervention program 86.2%
Persons prescribed psychotropic medications 65.8%

Location: Waukegan - Northeast Lake County

Construction of the Kiley was completed in 1975 on approximately 37 acres of land in northeast Lake County, between Waukegan and North Chicago, Illinois. The road winding throughout the facility was purposely laid out to resemble the outline of the state of Illinois. The Kiley Center serves a broad spectrum of individuals with moderate to high behavioral and low to moderate medical needs.

The campus consists of independent homes arranged by living areas/units. No more than 8 individuals live in each home.  Individuals living at the Kiley Center attend an education, developmental training, or vocational program at Kiley or in the community. 

Each individual served is supported by a comprehensive Interdisciplinary Team.  Individualized services and supports are provided in keeping with each individual's needs and preferences, and with the goal of promoting optimal independence and community integration.