An involvement fair at West Chester University led Kelly Connor to KenCrest’s Day Sharing program and two new friendships.
This year, KenCrest welcomes several new Senior Leaders within our Delaware and Pennsylvania programs, including these four leaders.
The Olmstead Decision turns 24 this year, emphasizing the need for people with disabilities to receive care in a community-based setting.
KenCrest’s Day Sharing program offers those with disabilities the chance to build and sustain friendships.
KenCrest’s Community Participation programs recently took significant steps toward positive change by revamping its leadership and offerings.
CBS 3 visited two KenCrest’s Day Sharing friends as they shopped until they dropped at Liberty Ministries Thrift in Pottstown.
KenCrest’s Employment programs help to guide young adults transitioning from school to career by providing various resources and trainings.
During the pandemic, Amanda and her Community Connection Coach Michele joined a book club to find friendship and community.
Project SEARCH helps its interns learn valuable job skills through onsite training, classroom curriculum and the LifeSherpa app.
Tacha is the next Bob Ross as the Assistant Art Teacher for KenCrest’s virtual and in-person Meaningful Day art classes.