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Founded in 1905, KenCrest provides community-based support to more than 12,500 people with intellectual disabilities and autism at over 400 sites in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Connecticut. KenCrest serves individuals with disabilities and their families throughout the age continuum, from newborns to senior adults. KenCrest's services and supports include:

  • Early Intervention
  • Preschool services in centers and community settings
  • Birth to Age Five Services
  • Home and community-based services
  • Head Start
  • Home-based care for school-aged children and adults with special needs
  • Community Living
  • Living arrangements vary from group homes to apartments
  • Lifesharing
  • Employment Services
  • Job training, coaching, and placement for people with disabilities

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Office: 610-825-9360


  • 3 Scouts soar into Eagle rank after finishing community projects (, 1/16/24)
  • KenCrest Services calls for removal of Assistive Technology CAP in Pennsylvania Office of Developmental Programs (FOX4KC WDAF-TV, 3/12/24)
  • Who's paying now? The true costs of underfunding Early Childhood Education at KenCrest Adams Early Childhood Center (Queen City News, 3/12/24) 
  • Almac 5K & Fun Walk Benefitting KenCrest (, 5/1/24)
  • Almac Group hosts 5K & Fun Walk to benefit KenCrest (Bucks County Herald, 5/2/24)
  • Study finds air purifiers significantly improve air quality at Philly daycares (WHYY, 5/30/24)