Former Philadelphia Inquirer writer Ellen Gray reflects on her journey raising her son Patrick, who has an intellectual disability.
For over 100 years, KenCrest’s Early Intervention services have helped families with children with developmental delays.
Applied Behavior Analysis has undergone scrutiny for its strict instruction, and these KenCrest experts discuss its influence.
Take a walk in someone else’s shoes this year by digging deeper and avoid jumping to conclusions to establish a workable solution.
Born with a rare neurological condition, Jackson continues to beat the odds and thrive with support from KenCrest.
Special Instructor Terry Lubin combines his work with KenCrest’s Early Intervention program and PA’s OCDEL for two years.
Do you know the ins and outs of your insurance? Test your knowledge by participating in a quick quiz that could earn you a special prize.
From receiving Adult Community Living services to working in Birth-to-Three, the Messmer sisters are taking over KenCrest.
With April being Autism Awareness Month, learn about some signs and symptoms of autism spectrum disorder in early development.
KenCrest, in partnership with First Book, paves the way to education for children and families below the poverty level.