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    Children and adolescents who have physical, sensory, developmental, cognitive, mental or emotional limitations, illnesses or injuries that affect their performance in school and their ability to engage in one or more major life activities.

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    AAC Institute - ICAN™ Talk AAC Summer CampThis summer camp is specifically for children who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) methods. The program is designed to provide participants and their families with exciting learning experiences to build their language and communication skills in a safe, welcoming environment staffed by experts in AAC. AAC Institute is a not-for-profit, charitable organization dedicated to effective communication for people who rely on augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). An estimated 2.5 million Americans experience speech disability to the extent that they have significant difficulty being understood by others. Many of these people have no speech at all and also have other physical disability that precludes expressive communication using hand signs, writing, or typing. Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is a field of endeavor addressing the communication and other related needs of individuals who experience significant impairment in this area. The goal of AAC is generally to achieve the most effective communication possible for the individual. Aspects of this field include clinical service delivery, education, and research. AlleghenyAAC InstituteAAC Institute
    Access Services - Therapeutic Foster Care ProgramAll children with mental health challenges deserve family and a nurturing home environment that meets their therapeutic needs. Many children are living with mental illness in family homes, regular foster homes or group homes that require a level of support and care beyond that available in their current situation. To help these children, Access Services’ Therapeutic Foster Care program seeks extraordinary individuals to serve as Therapeutic Foster Parents. Therapeutic Foster Parents provide a nurturing home environment for children aged nine to eighteen years of age with a need for mental health treatment. These outstanding individuals act as agents of planned change, fulfilling both a treatment and a foster role.MontgomeryAccess Services - Montgomery; Fort WashingtonAccess Services
    Access Services - Therapeutic Foster Care Program - Lehigh ValleyAll children with mental health challenges deserve family and a nurturing home environment that meets their therapeutic needs. Many children are living with mental illness in family homes, regular foster homes or group homes that require a level of support and care beyond that available in their current situation. To help these children, Access Services’ Therapeutic Foster Care program seeks extraordinary individuals to serve as Therapeutic Foster Parents. Therapeutic Foster Parents provide a nurturing home environment for children aged nine to eighteen years of age with a need for mental health treatment. These outstanding individuals act as agents of planned change, fulfilling both a treatment and a foster role.MontgomeryLehigh ValleyAccess Services
    ACHIEVA - Arc of BeaverDay Camp in Beaver County is a summer recreational day camp at Brady's Run Park available to school age children with intellectual and developmental disabilities.BeaverSummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Adoption ARC - Adoptive Parents InformationAdoption ARC will generate unique relationships with all adoptive families - by remaining in monthly contact with them. Adoption ARC wants to take away the mystery associated with this beautiful process. Adoptive families are an integral part of this process, even before finalization. PhiladelphiaAdoption ARC, Inc.- Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaAdoption ARC
    AMBUCSNonprofit charitable organization with a diverse membership dedicated to creating mobility and independence for people with disabilities. - Provides Amtryke therapeutic tricycles to individuals unable to operate a traditional bike - Awards academic scholarships for therapists - Performs other forms of community service for people with disabilitiesAMBUCS - Montgomery; ConshohockenAMBUCS
    American Diabetes Association - Diabetes Camp at Camp SolesCamp is held at Camp Soles in the Laurel Highland Mountains of southwestern Pennsylvania. The residential camp program for children with diabetes offers a wide range of recreational activities and on-site medical staff will evaluate each child’s medical status, dietary intake and daily activities.SomersetSummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    “SERVE” Special Needs ProgramThis summer day program for children and young adults with special needs will focus on your child's IEP goals as stated in their Individualized Educational Plan and will be working on these goals for forty minutes daily. Both daily and aggregate Progress Reports will be completed and available to parents, school districts and teachers. In addition to the academic component of our program, numerous activities are also provided.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Best Nest - Foster Care, Kinship Care and Respite CareWe specialize in caring for children who have medical needs of all levels. Best Nest also works to certify kin to be foster parents so that children have the opportunity to remain with those familiar to them. Respite care providers are important to foster parents so that they can have a "break" from the day-to-day parenting of children with special needs. If you are interested in becoming a certified foster parent, kinship parent or respite provider for a child, please contact Lori Hendrickson at 215-546-8060. Foster Parent Orientations are held monthly to help you make a decision about this life-changing opportunity to help children and families.PhiladelphiaBest Nest, Inc. - Philadelphia; South PhiladelphiaBest Nest
    Camelot for Children - Summer CampDay camp program operates in the summer for children with serious, chronic or terminal illnesses or disabilities LehighCamelot For ChildrenCamelot For Children
    Camelot HouseProvides a social gathering place where children with serious, chronic or terminal illnesses or disabilities and their families can drop in and play or socialize with other people going through similar experiences. LehighCamelot For ChildrenCamelot For Children
    Camp Lee Mar Summer CampCamp Lee Mar is a private residential special needs camp for children and teenagers. Campers have mild to moderate learning and developmental challenges including developmental challenges, learning disabilities, Down Syndrome, Williams Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Social Communication Disorder, Fragile X, Sensory Processing Disorder, ADD, and ADHD. Camp offers a structured environment with traditional summer camp activities and camp adventures. Additional programming includes speech and language therapy and Extended School Year services when funding is available. Other programming includes overnight camping, therapeutic horseback riding, vocational training, Special Olympics program and Senior Prom program.PikeCamp Lee MarCamp Lee Mar
    Camp STAT (Summer Therapeutic Activities for Teens) SewickleyA therapeutic summer program for adolescents diagnosed with Asperger's disorder and autism. The program focuses on the development of social competencies and includes both therapeutic and recreational componentsAlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Camp STAT (Summer Therapeutic Activities for Teens) SharpsburgA therapeutic summer program for adolescents diagnosed with Asperger's disorder and autism. The program focuses on the development of social competencies and includes both therapeutic and recreational componentsAlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Camp STAT (Summer Therapeutic Activities for Teens) South HillsA therapeutic summer program for adolescents diagnosed with Asperger's disorder and autism. The program focuses on the development of social competencies and includes both therapeutic and recreational componentsAlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Camp WISP (Watson Inclusive Summer Program) - Camp Deer CreekThe Watson Inclusive Summer Program (WISP) is an inclusive therapeutic summer camp program for children with autism and related disorders that enables children with autism to be integrated successfully into typical summer camps with their peers. The program operates in multiple sites, providing children with services near their own neighborhoods. The program emphasizes teaching social skills within a typical summer camp environment, using capable peers in naturalistic settings. All children in WISP receive intensive intervention emphasizing the development of social skills within a typical summer camp environment, utilizing peer models of appropriate behavior. Since this is an intensive therapeutic program rather than merely a daycare or recreational program, consistent attendance for the duration of the program is important.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Camp WISP (Watson Inclusive Summer Program) - Chatham University Music & Arts Day CampThe Watson Inclusive Summer Program (WISP) is an inclusive therapeutic summer camp program for children with autism and related disorders. WISP is a model inclusive summer program that enables children with autism to be integrated successfully into typical summer camps with their peers. The program operates in multiple sites, providing children with services near their own neighborhoods. The program time and duration vary according to the camp schedule. Typically, a camp program lasts eight weeks, from mid June to early August, and runs from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The program emphasizes teaching social skills within a typical summer camp environment, using capable peers in naturalistic settings. All children in WISP receive intensive intervention emphasizing the development of social skills within a typical summer camp environment, utilizing peer models of appropriate behavior. Some children require one-to-one staffing in order to be successfully included within the summer camp setting, some are able to share specialized staff, and some children require no more than consulting services. Therefore, staffing arrangements are flexible and individualized in accordance with the needs of the child. Since this is an intensive therapeutic program rather than merely a daycare or recreational program, consistent attendance for the duration of the program is important. If the family will be away for an extended period while camp is in session or if a child has recurrent conflicts with the camp hours, Camp WISP may not be an appropriate option.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Camp WISP (Watson Inclusive Summer Program) - East Suburban YMCA (Monroeville)The Watson Inclusive Summer Program (WISP) is an inclusive therapeutic summer camp program for children with autism and related disorders. WISP is a model inclusive summer program that enables children with autism to be integrated successfully into typical summer camps with their peers. The program operates in multiple sites, providing children with services near their own neighborhoods. The program time and duration vary according to the camp schedule. Typically, a camp program lasts eight weeks, from mid June to early August, and runs from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The program emphasizes teaching social skills within a typical summer camp environment, using capable peers in naturalistic settings. All children in WISP receive intensive intervention emphasizing the development of social skills within a typical summer camp environment, utilizing peer models of appropriate behavior. Some children require one-to-one staffing in order to be successfully included within the summer camp setting, some are able to share specialized staff, and some children require no more than consulting services. Therefore, staffing arrangements are flexible and individualized in accordance with the needs of the child. Since this is an intensive therapeutic program rather than merely a daycare or recreational program, consistent attendance for the duration of the program is important. If the family will be away for an extended period while camp is in session or if a child has recurrent conflicts with the camp hours, Camp WISP may not be an appropriate option.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Camp WISP (Watson Inclusive Summer Program) - Rose E. Schneider Family YMCAThe Watson Inclusive Summer Program (WISP) is an inclusive therapeutic summer camp program for children with autism and related disorders. WISP is a model inclusive summer program that enables children with autism to be integrated successfully into typical summer camps with their peers. The program operates in multiple sites, providing children with services near their own neighborhoods. The program time and duration vary according to the camp schedule. Typically, a camp program lasts eight weeks, from mid June to early August, and runs from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The program emphasizes teaching social skills within a typical summer camp environment, using capable peers in naturalistic settings. All children in WISP receive intensive intervention emphasizing the development of social skills within a typical summer camp environment, utilizing peer models of appropriate behavior. Some children require one-to-one staffing in order to be successfully included within the summer camp setting, some are able to share specialized staff, and some children require no more than consulting services. Therefore, staffing arrangements are flexible and individualized in accordance with the needs of the child. Since this is an intensive therapeutic program rather than merely a daycare or recreational program, consistent attendance for the duration of the program is important. If the family will be away for an extended period while camp is in session or if a child has recurrent conflicts with the camp hours, Camp WISP may not be an appropriate option.ButlerSummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Camp WISP (Watson Inclusive Summer Program) - Sewickley YMCAThe Watson Inclusive Summer Program (WISP) is an inclusive therapeutic summer camp program for children with autism and related disorders. WISP is a model inclusive summer program that enables children with autism to be integrated successfully into typical summer camps with their peers. The program operates in multiple sites, providing children with services near their own neighborhoods. The program time and duration vary according to the camp schedule. Typically, a camp program lasts eight weeks, from mid June to early August, and runs from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The program emphasizes teaching social skills within a typical summer camp environment, using capable peers in naturalistic settings. All children in WISP receive intensive intervention emphasizing the development of social skills within a typical summer camp environment, utilizing peer models of appropriate behavior. Some children require one-to-one staffing in order to be successfully included within the summer camp setting, some are able to share specialized staff, and some children require no more than consulting services. Therefore, staffing arrangements are flexible and individualized in accordance with the needs of the child. Since this is an intensive therapeutic program rather than merely a daycare or recreational program, consistent attendance for the duration of the program is important. If the family will be away for an extended period while camp is in session or if a child has recurrent conflicts with the camp hours, Camp WISP may not be an appropriate option.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Camp WISP (Watson Inclusive Summer Program) - South Fayette Extended DayThe Watson Inclusive Summer Program (WISP) is an inclusive therapeutic summer camp program for children with autism and related disorders. WISP is a model inclusive summer program that enables children with autism to be integrated successfully into typical summer camps with their peers. The program operates in multiple sites, providing children with services near their own neighborhoods. The program time and duration vary according to the camp schedule. Typically, a camp program lasts eight weeks, from mid June to early August, and runs from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The program emphasizes teaching social skills within a typical summer camp environment, using capable peers in naturalistic settings. All children in WISP receive intensive intervention emphasizing the development of social skills within a typical summer camp environment, utilizing peer models of appropriate behavior. Some children require one-to-one staffing in order to be successfully included within the summer camp setting, some are able to share specialized staff, and some children require no more than consulting services. Therefore, staffing arrangements are flexible and individualized in accordance with the needs of the child. Since this is an intensive therapeutic program rather than merely a daycare or recreational program, consistent attendance for the duration of the program is important. If the family will be away for an extended period while camp is in session or if a child has recurrent conflicts with the camp hours, Camp WISP may not be an appropriate option.WashingtonSummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Camp WISP (Watson Inclusive Summer Program) - Upper St. Clair Extended DayThe Watson Inclusive Summer Program (WISP) is an inclusive therapeutic summer camp program for children with autism and related disorders. WISP is a model inclusive summer program that enables children with autism to be integrated successfully into typical summer camps with their peers. The program operates in multiple sites, providing children with services near their own neighborhoods. The program time and duration vary according to the camp schedule. Typically, a camp program lasts eight weeks, from mid June to early August, and runs from approximately 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The program emphasizes teaching social skills within a typical summer camp environment, using capable peers in naturalistic settings. All children in WISP receive intensive intervention emphasizing the development of social skills within a typical summer camp environment, utilizing peer models of appropriate behavior. Some children require one-to-one staffing in order to be successfully included within the summer camp setting, some are able to share specialized staff, and some children require no more than consulting services. Therefore, staffing arrangements are flexible and individualized in accordance with the needs of the child. Since this is an intensive therapeutic program rather than merely a daycare or recreational program, consistent attendance for the duration of the program is important. If the family will be away for an extended period while camp is in session or if a child has recurrent conflicts with the camp hours, Camp WISP may not be an appropriate option.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Caregivers America - Monroe CountyHome care company offering a full range of in-home services for seniors, pediatric patients, and those with disabilities in Monroe County.MonroeCaregivers America - Monroe CountyCareGivers America
    CASSP- Child and Adolescent Service Systems Program, Franklin/Fulton MH/ID/EIThe Child and Adolescent Service System Program (CASSP) of Franklin/Fulton County helps to coordinate services for children and adolescents between child-serving systems by assisting the team of involved providers in improving communications, developing common goals, and ensuring a positive working relationship among schools, public, private agencies, the child and family. Family members, advocates and others involved may discuss their concerns, challenges, and expectations at the CASSP meeting. The team discusses resources available, talks about what is working and what is not working, reviews options, and makes recommendations regarding services. CASSP meetings are held at the convenience of the family and can be held as many times as needed to help the situation to be resolved.FranklinFranklin/Fulton Mental Health(MH) /Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (IDD)/Early Intervention (EI)Franklin County Human Services
    Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC - Camp STARCamp STAR is a seven-day retreat that provides youth with limb difference or loss with an opportunity to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of YMCA Camp Kon-O-Kwee/Spencer Campground (near Zelienople, Pa). The goal of Camp STAR is to support and empower amputees to be healthy, confident, and active, all while creating positive social interaction and developing peer support. Campers are encouraged to interact with one another, share their experiences and participate in sports and many other types of camp activities to the best of their abilities in a positive and fortifying environment. BeaverSummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Community Resources for Independence - Clarion OfficeProvides assistance for people with disabilities. Services include information and referral, peer support, advocacy, independent living skills, and attendant care services.ClarionCommunity Resources for Independence - Clarion OfficeCommunity Resources for Independence
    Compass Community Connections - Scouting ProgramCompass Community Connections - Scouting ProgramMifflinCompass Community ConnectionsCompass Community Connections
    Dare 2 B MeThis is a summer program for students with autism that emphasizes the development of social and pragmatic language skills as well as anger and stress management activities in a fun and engaging format. Academic modules in reading, writing, and math will be provided daily, as well as interactive science, music, or crafts. Students who are 14 and older will be working on pre-vocational skills in one of three careers: retail, culinary, and horticulture, as well as practicing life skills including budgeting and meal planning and preparation. Daily behavior support and autism consultation is also included, as well as fine motor activities to assist with occupational therapy goals.WestmorelandSummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Dental Lifeline Network - Donated Dental ServicesProvides access to dental care and education for people who cannot afford it and have a permanent disability or who are age 65 or older or who are medically fragile.WestmorelandDental Lifeline NetworkDental Lifeline Network
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Approved Private SchoolProvides each child with an individualized education plan that defines the child's goals and objectives for cognitive, self-help, socialization, speech, language, feeding/nursing needs and fine motor and gross motor skills. Services are rendered by a staff of special educators, speech pathologists, physical and occupational therapists, nurses, social workers and assistive technology specialists.PhiladelphiaJoseph X. Yaffe Center (Philadelphia Division - HQ) - Philadelphia; Wynnefield HeightsEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Approved Private School - BucksA private school for children ages 2-8 with cerebral palsy, severe neurological impairment, muscular dystrophy, and autism. Referral from Elwyn or Bucks County Intermediate Unit #22 is needed to enroll in this program.BucksBucks County Division - LevittownEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Approved Private School - ChesterApproved Private Schools provide each child with an individualized education plan that defines the child's goals and objectives for cognitive, self-help, socialization, speech, language, feeding/nursing needs and fine motor and gross motor skills. Services are rendered by a staff of special educators, speech pathologists, physical and occupational therapists, nurses, social workers and assistive technology specialists.ChesterChester County Division - DowningtownEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Approved Private School - DelawareApproved Private Schools provide each child with an individualized education plan that defines the child's goals and objectives for cognitive, self-help, socialization, speech, language, feeding/nursing needs and fine motor and gross motor skills. Services are rendered by a staff of special educators, speech pathologists, physical and occupational therapists, nurses, social workers and assistive technology specialists.DelawareDelaware County Division - MediaEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Approved Private School - MontgomeryProvides each child with an individualized education plan that defines the child's goals and objectives for cognitive, self-help, socialization, speech, language, feeding/nursing needs and fine motor and gross motor skills. Services are rendered by a staff of special educators, speech pathologists, physical and occupational therapists, nurses, social workers and assistive technology specialists.MontgomeryMontgomery County Division - Kulpsville (Gresh Center)Easter Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Assistive Technology (AT) ServicesProvides evaluations, training and support on the effective use of AT applications and devices. Assistive technology is also integrated into the curriculum of Easter Seals programs which include the Approved Private School, Early Intervention, Summer Camp and Recreation. Adults are served through referral from professional, service, government organizations or individuals throughout the community.PhiladelphiaJoseph X. Yaffe Center (Philadelphia Division - HQ) - Philadelphia; Wynnefield HeightsEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Assistive Technology (AT) Services - BucksServices and devices are offered to both children and adults with disabilities. Provides training and support on the effective use of AT applications and devices.BucksBucks County Division - LevittownEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Assistive Technology (AT) Services - ChesterAssistive Technology (AT) services and devices are offered to both children and adults with disabilities. Children and their families are served through evaluations, training and support on the effective use of AT applications and devices. Assistive technology is also integrated into the curriculum of Easter Seals programs which include the Approved Private School, Early Intervention, Summer Camp and Recreation. Adults are served through referral from professional, service, government organizations or individuals throughout the community.ChesterChester County Division - DowningtownEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Assistive Technology (AT) Services - DelawareAssistive Technology (AT) services and devices are offered to both children and adults with disabilities. Children and their families are served through evaluations, training and support on the effective use of AT applications and devices. Assistive technology is also integrated into the curriculum of Easter Seals programs which include the Approved Private School, Early Intervention, Summer Camp and Recreation. Adults are served through referral from professional, service, government organizations or individuals throughout the community.DelawareDelaware County Division - MediaEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Assistive Technology (AT) Services - MontgomeryChildren and their families are served through evaluations, training and support on the effective use of AT applications and devices. Assistive technology is also integrated into the curriculum of Easter Seals programs which include the Approved Private School, Early Intervention, Summer Camp and Recreation. Adults are served through referral from professional, service, government organizations or individuals throughout the community.MontgomeryMontgomery County Division - Kulpsville (Gresh Center)Easter Seals of Southeastern PA
    Family Driven Family Support ServiceProvide eligible families the chance to be directly involved in choosing the services and goods, which address their unique needs. The role of the FDSS payment agent services is payment facilitation on behalf of the consumer/family for those goods and services pre-authorized in the person's Individualized Support Plan (ISP). In addition, the payment agent services provide consumers and their families the choice of becoming the "employer of record", allowing innovation and flexibility in meeting their individual needs or the needs of a family member with a disability.DauphinThe ARC of Dauphin CountyARC of Dauphin County
    Glade Run Lutheran Services - Glade Run AdventuresProvides hands-on therapeutic equine, animal, and horticulture experiences. Activities include individual and group sessions, therapeutic summer camp experiences for children ages 8-18 with autism spectrum and other disorders, therapeutic horseback riding, and customized activities.ButlerGlade Run Lutheran Services Autism ServicesGlade Run Lutheran Services
    Home Services - United Cerebral Palsy of Northeastern PennsylvaniaIn cooperation with the Pennsylvania Elks State Association, the program provides information, advocacy and referral services for children and adults with disabilities, and their families, in a seven-county area. Provides a vital link to needed community services for individuals and families who may not otherwise be able to access them. LackawannaUnited Cerebral Palsy Home and Community ServicesUnited Cerebral Palsy of Northeastern Pennsylvania
    Hopes and Dreams Foundation - The Dream ClubThe Dream Club is a service developed by the Hopes and Dreams Foundation for children with disabilities ages 9 and above. The Dream Club programs bring the children together in a fun setting where they can participate in art, crafts, music, and drama. There is no charge for Dream Club participants.BucksHopes and Dreams Foundation - Bucks; SouthamptonHopes and Dreams Foundation
    iCan Shine - Bike CampA program that offers children with autism, Down syndrome and other disabilities a chance to learn and experience bicycle riding.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    In-Home Support Services, Penn Cares, Franklin County OfficePennCares offers a range of services for people with disabilities and their families, designed to help you to continue to live well in your community and have control of your life. This location is able to to provide the following services: •Penncares In-Home Care- For adults ages 18 years and up with physical disabilities, and adults ages 60 and up who need extra help due to aging, illness or injury. •Penncares non-skilled In-Home Caregivers help you gain and maintain new independence in essential activities of daily life. •PERSONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE- Bathing, Dressing, Toileting, Mobility Assistance •HOME MANAGEMENT-Food Prep, Shopping & Errands, Light Housekeeping •COMPANIONSHIP-Socializing, Encouraging Engagement, Respite for Family Caregivers •PennCares Community Habilitation Services-For adults ages 21 and up with intellectual disabilities. PennCares Community Habilitation Services foster personal growth with goal-oriented activities to develop and enhance independent living, recreation, socialization and other life skills. FranklinPennCares, Franklin County OfficePennCares
    In-Home Support Services, PennCares, Hanover OfficePennCares offers a range of services for people with disabilities and their families, designed to help you to continue to live well in your community and have control of your life. This location is able to to provide the following services: •Penncares In-Home Care- For adults ages 18 years and up with physical disabilities, and adults ages 60 and up who need extra help due to aging, illness or injury. •Penncares non-skilled In-Home Caregivers help you gain and maintain new independence in essential activities of daily life. •PERSONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE- Bathing, Dressing, Toileting, Mobility Assistance •HOME MANAGEMENT-Food Prep, Shopping & Errands, Light Housekeeping •COMPANIONSHIP-Socializing, Encouraging Engagement, Respite for Family Caregivers •PennCares Community Habilitation Services-For adults ages 21 and up with intellectual disabilities. PennCares Community Habilitation Services foster personal growth with goal-oriented activities to develop and enhance independent living, recreation, socialization and other life skills. YorkPennCares, Hanover OfficePennCares
    In-Home Support Services, PennCares, York OfficePennCares offers a range of services for people with disabilities and their families, designed to help you to continue to live well in your community and have control of your life. This location is able to to provide the following services: •Penncares In-Home Care- For adults ages 18 years and up with physical disabilities, and adults ages 60 and up who need extra help due to aging, illness or injury. •Penncares non-skilled In-Home Caregivers help you gain and maintain new independence in essential activities of daily life. •PERSONAL HEALTH AND HYGIENE- Bathing, Dressing, Toileting, Mobility Assistance •HOME MANAGEMENT-Food Prep, Shopping & Errands, Light Housekeeping •COMPANIONSHIP-Socializing, Encouraging Engagement, Respite for Family Caregivers •PennCares Community Habilitation Services-For adults ages 21 and up with intellectual disabilities. PennCares Community Habilitation Services foster personal growth with goal-oriented activities to develop and enhance independent living, recreation, socialization and other life skills. YorkPennCares, York OfficePennCares
    Intervention Associates - Care ManagementCare management encompasses all the activities required to properly plan for and deliver care to a person whose limitations prevent him from caring for himself. This function shifts the burden of determining what’s best for an individual and the daunting task of finding and arranging for his care away from family, friends and others, and places it with one of our highly skilled and credentialed professional care managers. Among many other duties, the role of our care managers includes the following: - Conducting a professional assessment (and regular reassessments) of the needs of the person requiring care - Developing a detailed, individualized care plan - Executing the care plan, by arranging, coordinating and overseeing all necessary services (usually multiple), including those provided by our own trained staff and by community-based providers - Continuously monitoring all services provided - Patient advocacy Our care managers act as the “go-to” person and liaison for families. They provide medical referrals, help qualified clients obtain veterans assistance and disability benefits, connect clients and families with support groups, help decipher medical insurance, and much more.MontgomeryIntervention Associates - Montgomery; Plymouth MeetingIntervention Associates
    Jewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia - Service for Individuals with Special Needs/ their FamiliesService for Individuals with Special Needs/their Families provides counseling, care management, navigation and referral to community resources, and future planning for special needs individuals and their families, help for teens and adults with life skills, socialization, healthy relationships, and sexuality groups, as well as parent support groups, educational workshops, and ReelAbilities Film Festival to raise awareness in the community about special needs.PhiladelphiaJFCS - NE PhiladelphiaJewish Family and Children's Service of Greater Philadelphia
    Kaiserman JCC - Summer Day CampsSummer Day Camps offers a summer program where children of all ages gain knowledge, skills, self-esteem and confidence. The Kaiserman JCC offers a full inclusion program for children with special needs, bringing children of all abilities together to learn, grow, understand and appreciate one another's differences. Professional staff provides a safe, nurturing environment that builds a sense of independence and individual accomplishment for our campers.MontgomeryKaiserman JCC - Montgomery; WynnewoodKaiserman JCC
    Kardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Contract ServicesProvides creative arts therapy and education to individuals at schools and community organizations throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region. Innovative creative arts therapy and instruction is offered on a contractual basis to groups in agencies serving people with special needs (and other populations) who have limited access to arts therapy and cultural and recreational activities. School and organizational groups may also come to the Kardon Institute headquarters for sessions.PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy
    Kiwanis Club - K-Family Sponsored ProgramsK-Family Sponsored Programs offers a variety services that serves the children, challenged individuals, needy families, and community needs.MontgomeryKiwanis Club of Glenside - Montgomery; GlensideKiwanis Club
    LifePath, Inc - Ridge Crest Pediatric ServicesRidge Crest is a 33-bed sub-acute care facility for medically-fragile or technology-dependent children who may or may not have a developmental disability diagnosis. Transitional Care: -For children who plan on being cared for in the family home, but who may still require some medical or nursing support to make that possible. Highly trained staff provide education and support to help families gain the skills they will need when loved ones return home from medical settings. Respite Care: -A vacation spot for special children between the ages of six months to 21 years that need to be away from home. Visits range from days to weeks or longer, if needed. Children bring all of their personal items, equipment and medications with them and Ridge Crest provides the rest in a fun, homelike environment. Residential Long-Term Care: -Children live and thrive at the facility until they reach adulthood or no longer require round the clock nursing care. The goal of the program is to allow each child the opportunity to reach their fullest potential physically, cognitively, emotionally, spiritually and socially. Summer Camp: -For nine weeks each summer, children with developmental disabilities in need of medical care receive socialization and educational opportunities that are truly once in a lifetime experiences. Activities include trips to the zoo, overnight camping, a day at Sesame Place and swimming. Camp is open to children in the community, not just residents of Ridge Crest.LifePath, Inc.LifePath
    Lifesteps, Inc. - Developmental Learning - BeaverPreschoolers or school-age children may be eligible for developmental therapy. A full developmental evaluation will identify strengths and needs in the social-emotional, physical motor, communication, and cognitive areas. Therapy is individualized and treatment plans encompass goals to maximize abilities.BeaverChildren Services & Early EducationLifesteps
    Mental Health Association in Fayette CountyProvides advocacy for people with disabilities.FayetteMental Health Association in FayetteCountyMental Health Association in Fayette County
    Mon Valley SchoolMon Valley School is a comprehensive, public, non-residential special education center program for students with autism and related disorders, aged K-21. Mon Valley School offers a wide range of both full- and part-time programs. All full-time classroom programs include special areas: Physical Education/Swimming, Art, Home Economics and Music. All programs also include extensive Community Based Instruction opportunities: Autistic Support; Life Skills Support; Physical Support; Learning Support; and Emotional Support. An array of vocational training opportunities are available to both full- and part-time students of transition age. AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    New Story Therapeutic Summer Activity Programs - Greensburg, PANew Story operates therapeutic day camps during the summer months. The camps are designed to meet the needs of children with the most serious and/or complex behavioral challenges. New Story provides a day camp experience offering traditional recreational and social activities found at other summer camps, but within a therapeutic environment to support each child’s continued growth and development. Teams of skilled professionals deliver an Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) based program to improve communication and foster social skills in an interactive and creative environment. Clinical interventions focus on guiding and nurturing socialization and imagination.WestmorelandSummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Parent to Parent NetworkingLinks families of children and adults with disabilities or special needs by providing peer support and mentoring.Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania-South Central RegionParent to Parent of Pennsylvania
    PaTTAN - SecondaryTransition.orgOnline guide to secondary transition resources for youth and young adults with disabilities. Website provides information to facilitate young people's progress toward the attainment of post-secondary goals related to education, employment, and community living.DauphinBureau of Special EducationPennsylvania Department of Education
    Pennsylvania Mentor - Autism and Behavioral Services - BroomallProvides a range of services to children with Autism and to children who are having behavioral difficulties in Delaware County and parts of Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties, including: - Behavior Specialist Consultants; - Case Management; - Mobile Therapists; - Psychological Evaluations.DelawareBroomall Office (Pennsylvania Mentor)Pennsylvania Mentor
    Pennsylvania Mentor - Autism and Behavioral Services - Northeast PhiladelphiaProvides a range of services to children with Autism and to children who are having behavioral difficulties in Delaware County and parts of Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties, including: - Behavior Specialist Consultants; - Case Management; - Mobile Therapists; - Psychological Evaluations.PhiladelphiaNortheast Philadelphia Office (Pennsylvania Mentor)Pennsylvania Mentor
    Pennsylvania Mentor - Autism and Behavioral Services - PhiladelphiaProvides a range of services to children with Autism and to children who are having behavioral difficulties in Delaware County and parts of Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties, including: - Behavior Specialist Consultants; - Case Management; - Mobile Therapists; - Psychological Evaluations.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Office (Pennsylvania Mentor)Pennsylvania Mentor
    Philadelphia HUNE - Adult and Children ServicesWhat We Do: Provide training sessions for parents of children with disabilities on all aspects of special education, including the Federal Laws (IDEA and NCLB) and the State Law (PA Regulations and Standards) in order to ensure that their children receive a Free Appropriate Public Education. Train parents individually on how to access information on education, disabilities and resources available regarding children with disabilities through on-line services. HUNE assists parents of exceptional children to: - Understand the nature of their children's disabilities and their educational and developmental needs. - Communicate effectively with personnel responsible for providing special education, early intervention, transition and related services. - Participate in the decision making process, the development of the Individualized Education Program (IEP), and the Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP). - Obtain appropriate information about the range of options, programs, services and resources available to assist exceptional children and their families. - Understand the availability of, and how to effectively use procedural safeguards under the Individual with Disabilities Act (IDEA) including encouraging the use of, and explaining the benefits of alternative methods of dispute resolution, such as mediation. - Understand the provision of IDEA for the education of early intervention services to exceptional children. - Participate in school reform activities. Negotiate for increased availability of interpreters and the development and dissemination of special education forms in Spanish.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia HUNE, Inc. - Philadelphia; West KensingtonPhiladelphia HUNE
    Pittsburgh's Joey Travolta Film CampPittsburgh's Joey Travolta Film Camp an inclusive, therapeutic, summer day camp geared toward students with autism spectrum and related disorders, ages 9 - 25. Joey Travolta, a former special education teacher, creates, coordinates, and actually facilitates this short film camp alongside of our staff. This is an inclusive film camp specifically designed to address social, communication, executive function, transition and vocational goals as defined by each student’s IEP or OVR. For two straight weeks, campers will be actively engaged in teamwork with the objective of producing a short film. Concept development, story boarding, acting, costume design, set design, production and editing are just a few aspects of the real work experience gained through participation in this two week program. This is an inclusive program and open to persons of all abilities.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    PLEA Summer CampThe Summer Camp program at PLEA provides structured recreational activities for children with serious emotional, behavioral and developmental disabilities. The goal of the program is to reinforce the behavior management lessons that children have learned during the school year. Emphasis at camp is on appropriate social skills and language development according to age and interests. Activities include: Arts and Crafts; Free Play; Games; Cooking Activities; Visits to Neighborhood Playgrounds; Field Trips to Local Attractions. Children are placed into one of five age groups, with ten children per group. Each group is led by an experienced group leader, assisted by two counselors. Structured programs are designed for each group based on individual needs.AlleghenyPLEAPLEA
    Quest Therapeutic Camp of PittsburghQuest Therapeutic Camp of Pittsburgh is a 7-week summer day program for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), anxiety, Asperger's Syndrome, depression, learning disabilities, social problems, psychological disorders and mental or emotional disabilities. The camp program includes group therapy sessions, activities and field trips. Each child participates in a small group of 12-18 campers and is guided by two or three counselors.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Special Kids Network - Southeast - Information and Referral HelplineThe Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Special Kids Network provides free information and referral services through a statewide helpline dedicated to assisting families of children and youth with special needs. The Special Kids Network Helpline can connect you to local resources if you call our toll-free number, 1-800-986-4550, or visit the SKN Help in PA web site and searchable resource database, www.helpinpa.state.pa.us Children with special health care needs include children who are at increased risk for chronic physical, developmental, behavioral or emotional conditions. This includes chronic conditions or illnesses such as cerebral palsy, developmental delays, ADHD, depression, asthma, sickle cell anemia, autism and cystic fibrosis.Dauphin*Main Site (Special Kids Network)Special Kids Network - Southeastern Pennsylvania Region
    Special Kids Network - Southwest Central RegionThe Special Kids Network (SKN), in partnership with the Pennsylvania Elks Home Service Program, helps children and youth with special health care needs and disabilities get the services and support they require in order to thrive in their community and develop to their full potential. We accomplish this by: * Providing information on health care services and other resources by calling the SKN, toll-free helpline (1-800-986-4550) * Offering service coordination to families through a partnership with the Pennsylvania Elks Home Service Program where an Elks Home Service staff person will work with families in their homes to connect them to needed services and resources * Supporting eight regional coordinators, who are all parents of children with special health care needs and disabilities, to work in communities to identify service gaps and address the unique challenges of service systems.SomersetSpecial Kids Network - Southwest Central RegionSpecial Kids Network - Southwest Central Region
    Special Kids Network/System of Care ProgramThe Special Kids Network System of Care Program can help identify local needs and assist communities in improving services for children and youth with special health care needs and their families.DauphinHelplinesPennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Special Needs Item Requests - Brighter JourneysAssist in directing caregivers/family to resources for supporting children with special needs. When possible, organization takes requests for items that are deemed beneficial for a child but may not be covered through medical insurance. An application can be completed for the item; which should include insurance denial information as well as supportive documentation from the child's medical doctor when applicable. Applications are available on the website and can be mailed to the organization.LuzerneBrighter JourneysBrighter Journeys
    Special People In Northeast - Children's ServicesServices include: Pre-School Programs Early Intervention Child Care Parent EngagementPhiladelphiaSpecial People In Northeast, Inc. - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaSpecial People In Northeast
    Spina Bifida Association - Subscription/ NewsletterTo receive the SBADV Newsletter and keep up-to-date on the most current information throughout our area, register as a constituent of SBADV:Click here. To sign up for news letterClick here. DelawareSpina Bifida Association of the Delaware Valley - Delaware; HavertownSpina Bifida Association of the Delaware Valley
    St. Anthony School Programs - Summer Life CampA two week overnight camp designed for young adults with disabilities to enhance their independent living skills on the campus of Duquesne University. This program will teach individuals with a disability how to manage day to day activities.AlleghenySt. Anthony School ProgramsSt. Anthony School Programs
    Steps to Independence - Summer CampThe Steps to Independence Summer Camp is an intensive summer day program for children and young adults with motor disabilities. A typical Steps to Independence class will include activities such as practicing standing, sitting, and walking skills using specially-designed furniture and physical aids, including one-on-one assistance by the conductor or aide when necessary. Playing games with peers, moving to music, solving puzzles, participating in craft projects which promote fine-motor skill development, snack time which encourages the development of self-care skills are also part of the program.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Therapeutic Foster Care ProgramAll children with mental health challenges deserve family and a nurturing home environment that meets their therapeutic needs. Many children are living with mental illness in family homes, regular foster homes or group homes that require a level of support and care beyond that available in their current situation. To help these children, Access Services’ Therapeutic Foster Care program seeks extraordinary individuals to serve as Therapeutic Foster Parents. Therapeutic Foster Parents provide a nurturing home environment for children aged nine to eighteen years of age with a need for mental health treatment. These outstanding individuals act as agents of planned change, fulfilling both a treatment and a foster role.SchuylkillSchuylkill/Carbon/BerksAccess Services
    The Woodlands - Camp WoodlandsThe Woodlands is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children and young adults with disability and chronic illness. Using its fully accessible and barrier-free facilities, the Woodlands' programs enable participants to experience social, cultural, environmental, recreational and spiritual growth. Camp Woodlands, a 5-day, overnight, summer camp is a one-of-a-kind camp for youth and teens, ages 8-18 with varying disabilities and chronic illness where the emphasis is on the campers Abilities rather than their disabilities. This camp introduces campers to the wide variety of activities and experiences that the Woodlands has to offer. Traditional camp activities are modified to each individual by our trained and caring staff, within our fully adapted facilities. In addition, participants are able to connect socially with others in an environment of complete acceptance. Campers will involve themselves in activities that most campers enjoy every day, such as swimming, arts & crafts, nature activities, music, golf, archery and sports & games. All senses are engaged during their week at camp. Whether it is smelling nature while on a nature walk, feeling the texture of food ingredients while cooking healthy snacks, or hearing the crackle of wood while hanging out by the campfire with new friends, our campers gain the experience of being outdoors and a feeling of belonging. The 32-acre site features: an indoor heated pool, 48-bed lodge, dining hall, creative arts and computer center, activity center, camping area, sports court, nature trail, amphitheater, and a par-3 adapted golf course. Woodlands Programming focus on the following: Socialization: To provide opportunities to increase peer socialization and utilization of social skills for healthy relationships through recreational experiences. Independence: To provide opportunities to increase independence with self-care through practiving activities of daily living in a supported environment. Recreation: To provide opportunities to increase participation in adapted recreational activities in a group environment. Self-Perception: To provide opportunities to improve self-perception through positive recreational experiences. Health/Wellness: To provide opportunities to increase physical fitness through adapted physical activity and healthy cooking activities.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    The Woodlands - Youth Notes From the Heart Music CampThe Woodlands is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children and young adults with disability and chronic illness. Using its fully accessible and barrier-free facilities, the Woodlands' programs enable participants to experience social, cultural, environmental, recreational and spiritual growth. Youth Notes From the Heart Music Camp is a 5-day, overnight, summer camp. Performance. Experience. Appreciation. Composition. Enjoyment. These five concepts bring fulfillment to the young musicians who attend the Notes From the Heart Music Camp. Nationally recognized musicians and guest artists work with participants to instruct in vocal music, instrumental music, composition and music appreciation. It all culminates in a live performance at the "Bringing Out the Stars" concert at the end of the week. Campers will have an unforgettable experience! The 32-acre site features: an indoor heated pool, 48-bed lodge, dining hall, creative arts and computer center, activity center, camping area, sports court, nature trail, amphitheater, and a par-3 adapted golf course. Woodlands Programming focus on the following: Socialization: To provide opportunities to increase peer socialization and utilization of social skills for healthy relationships through recreational experiences. Independence: To provide opportunities to increase independence with self-care through practiving activities of daily living in a supported environment. Recreation: To provide opportunities to increase participation in adapted recreational activities in a group environment. Self-Perception: To provide opportunities to improve self-perception through positive recreational experiences. Health/Wellness: To provide opportunities to increase physical fitness through adapted physical activity and healthy cooking activities.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Together for Retarded Youth (TRY)Provides therapeutic recreational programs to mentally and/or physically handicapped youth and adults.AlleghenyTRYTogether for Retarded Youth (TRY)
    Tri-County Patriots for Independent Living (TRPIL) - Summer CampTri-County Patriots for Independent Living, a center for independent living that advocates for the civil rights for people with disabilities and promotes living well with a disability in our local community, will be offering a camp for youth with disabilities.WashingtonSummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    United Cerebral Palsy Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity - Children ServicesThe Children's Services department helps children learn and grow at their own pace and to their full potential. We believe this is best achieved when children with disabilities and their typically developing peers are able to learn together in a high quality early childhood program. Also offered are Early Intervention Services for children birth through five who qualify for these services. Home Based Program for Philadelphia children birth to three years old. This service includes special education, speech, occupational, social work, physical therapy and nutrition services. Serves approximately 50 families yearly. PhiladelphiaUnited Cerebral Palsy of Philadelphia - Philadelphia; Chestnut HillUnited Cerebral Palsy Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity
    Variety the Children's Charity My Bike ProgramVariety's "My Bike" Program provides adaptive bikes to eligible children with disabilities.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf - Summer CampWestern Pennsylvania School for the Deaf summer camp is an 5-day, overnight camp for children with hearing loss and offers several opportunities to serve your child in a deaf-friendly environment. Explore robots, a rope course, and News Channel 4. Compete in SportsWorks, Olympics, and Skyzone. Try rowing, hiking, and biking. Meet ASL guests. Cool off at Sandcastle.AlleghenySummer ProgramsSummer Programs
    YCHSD, C.A.S.S.P., Child and Adolescent Service System Program•York County Human Services Department• The CASSP coordinator organizes meetings for children and youth when it is unknown what services are needed. The coordinator helps to follow up with the family to make sure the services meet their needs. It is important that a well-rounded approach is used to meet needs on many different levels. They also make sure services are not duplicated. The ultimate goal of C.A.S.S.P. is the development of a comprehensive, coordinated, "child oriented" system of care to ensure that children and adolescents with mental health and emotional problems and their families have access to and receive the full range of appropriate services necessary to meet their multiple needs. YorkYork County Human Services Department (YCHSD)York County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD
    YCHSD, York/Adams MH-IDD Program, York - Early Intervention Services• Infant and Toddler Program • York/Adams MHIDD Program serves individuals in York and Adams Counties who need support and assistance with services for developmental delays. Case managers are able to connect eligible clients with needed services. •EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES: Offers the following Early Intervention Services: Evaluations, Nutrition Services, Physical Therapy, Nursing Services, Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Speech Therapy, Service Coordination, Special Instruction and Ancillary Support Services. YorkYork/Adams MH-IDD ProgramYork County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD
    YCHSD, York/Adams MH-IDD Program, York - Intellectual Disabilities Program• Intellectual Disabilities Program • York/Adams MHIDD Program serves individuals in York and Adams Counties who need support and assistance with services for intellectual disabilities. Case managers are able to connect eligible clients with needed services. •INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES SERVICES: Offers case management or supports coordination to individuals with a qualifying diagnosis of an intellectual disability, developmental disability (ages 3 to 8) or autism. The supports coordinator can link to services and supports, including family support services, community participation supports (formally called day programming), supported employment, residential habitation, in-home and companion as well as respite. Referrals for intellectual disabilities services can be made by calling our office. YorkYork/Adams MH-IDD ProgramYork County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD
    York/Adams MH-IDD Program, Adams - Early Intervention Program• Infant and Toddler Program • York/Adams MHIDD Program serves individuals in York and Adams Counties who need support and assistance with services for developmental delays. Case managers are able to connect eligible clients with needed services. •EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES: Offers the following Early Intervention Services: Evaluations, Nutrition Services, Physical Therapy, Nursing Services, Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Speech Therapy, Service Coordination, Special Instruction and Ancillary Support Services. AdamsYork/Adams MH-IDD ProgramYork County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD
    York/Adams MH-IDD Program , Adams - Intellectual Disabilities Program• Intellectual Disabilities Program • York/Adams MHIDD Program serves individuals in York and Adams Counties who need support and assistance with services for intellectual disabilities. Case managers are able to connect eligible clients with needed services. •INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES SERVICES: Offers case management or supports coordination to individuals with a qualifying diagnosis of an intellectual disability, developmental disability (ages 3 to 8) or autism. The supports coordinator can link to services and supports, including family support services, community participation supports (formally called day programming), supported employment, residential habitation, in-home and companion as well as respite. Referrals for intellectual disabilities services can be made by calling our office. AdamsYork/Adams MH-IDD ProgramYork County Human Services Department, York County Government, YCHSD

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