As a scared child, Hakeem Horton joined KenCrest’s Lifesharing program at six but quickly found his forever family.
Lifesharing partners Adrienne Hayman and Beth Ann celebrate five years together with a trip to Nifty Fifty’s and a surprise visit.
For more than 30 years, KenCrest’s Lifesharing program has connected people with an IDD to uplifting, comfortable families in PA.
With over 40 costumes, KenCrest Nurse Liaison Jodi Bliss brings laughter to the Supported Independent Living and Lifesharing programs.
Through biological Lifesharing, George Zimmerman lives with his Aunt Harriet and Uncle Maylin in Pennsylvania.
With a friendship spanning more than 14 years, Leigh Anne and Peggy Horne celebrate finally becoming Lifesharing Partners.
Claudette Boyer and Goldie Smith are two of the many KenCrest’s Lifesharing families creating a home for their partners.
KenCrest’s Lifesharing program connects people with developmental and intellectual disabilities with Pennsylvania families.