KenCrest Outcome Specialist Centelia Forbes talks about how Enabling Technology has helped the people she supports.
Enabling Technology supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities gain independence within their everyday lives.
KenCrest’s Smarter Living Home helps to create more independence for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
This year, KenCrest welcomes several new Senior Leaders within our Delaware and Pennsylvania programs, including these four leaders.
As a wheelchair user with an Intellectual Disability, Patricia MClean doesn’t let her disability stop her from independence.
KenCrest’s Enabling Technologies program helps those with disabilities gain independence through different devices.
KenCrest’s Enabling Technology program supports various people with disabilities to live more independently, including George and Louise.
The PA Department of Health’s My ODP page features two of KenCrest’s Supported Independent Living residents and their technology.
Sharon Thomas receives the Dustin A. Wright Tech Champion award for using and advocating for technology use in KenCrest residential homes.
Providing access to both basic and cutting-edge technology is vital to the success of those supported by KenCrest.
Discover all the different enabling tech items a person with disabilities can use daily like the Raizer Lift chair or the Amazon Echo Show.