Welcome to KenCrest, where we believe every individual has the life experience, talent, and skills to make an impact in their community.
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What is Community and Supported Independent Living?
KenCrest offers various housing options for adults with disabilities, including Community living and Supported Independent Living.
Reflecting on 35 Years in KenCrest Lifesharing
Take a look at KenCrest’s values and affirmations developed to help our employees, funders and the people we support.
This Supermom Does It All
Dreams are evolving and changing, which is why it’s KenCrest’s mission to make the people we support’s dreams come true in any way we can.
Achieving a Happy and Healthy Life at KenCrest
KenCrest’s Director of Supported Independent Living introduces the Happy Healthy Life program to those she supports.
Finding a New Path After the Navy
A service-related head injury led this Navy Veteran to civilian life and a chance to discover his passion: helping people with disabilities.
A Family’s Unforgettable Journey of Biological Lifesharing
After the passing of their mother, Sisters Lara and Sandy embark on a new journey as Lifesharing partners.
Meet Ben Goldberg, A KenCrest Job Coach
With over 40 years in the restaurant industry, KenCrest Job Coach Ben Goldberg helps people with disabilities find meaningful careers.
Learn About KenCrest’s Lifesharing Program
This October is Lifesharing Awareness Month, and KenCrest recognizes the various providers and partners making a difference.
How KenCrest Helps Medically Fragile Children
KenCrest’s Medically Fragile Children’s Transitional Homes care for kids with complex medical needs and their parents.
A Helping Hand in Supported Independent Living
Supported Independent Living client Pete Peterson receives additional support to help him remain independent while living alone.
One Clinical Coordinator’s Journey to KenCrest
With a history in social work and psychology, Clinical Coordinator Kelly Sanders consistently helps people with IDD live fulfilling lives.
Changing How We See Behaviors
For two years, Behavior Specialist Consultant Jennifer Bassett has helped change how we see big behaviors in people with disabilities.
Growing Up In KenCrest’s Lifesharing
As a scared child, Hakeem Horton joined KenCrest’s Lifesharing program at six but quickly found his forever family.
Why Choose Lifesharing at KenCrest?
For more than 30 years, KenCrest’s Lifesharing program has connected people with an IDD to uplifting, comfortable families in PA.
This Nurse Liaison Brings Laughs to KenCrest Clients
With over 40 costumes, KenCrest Nurse Liaison Jodi Bliss brings laughter to the Supported Independent Living and Lifesharing programs.
Nourishing Your Mental Health This May
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month this May, KenCrest recognizes the need for mental health support for those with an IDD.
How Can You Help Eliminate Sexual Abuse?
During Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month this April, learn how to protect yourself and a loved one against sexual abuse.
A Friendship Forged in Lifesharing
With a friendship spanning more than 14 years, Leigh Anne and Peggy Horne celebrate finally becoming Lifesharing Partners.
Trauma-Informed Care for All
What is trauma-informed care, and how can the human service industry promote a trauma-responsive workforce?
KenCrest Ties Run Deep in This Family
Program Manager, Stephanie Joyner raised her children alongside the residents she supports, while living in a KenCrest Community Home.
From LPN to RN, Meet Jenny Doyle
From 1998 to 2022, Jenny Doyle climbed the ladder, gaining her new title, Nurse Coordinator, through the Tuition Reimbursement program.
Three KenCrest Clients Search for the Perfect Lifesharing Partners
KenCrest’s Lifesharing program connects people with developmental and intellectual disabilities with Pennsylvania families.
Our publications explore the many facets of human services and early education; as well as how the KenCrest family is making a positive difference in their communities.
Read the latest issue of our Possibilities Magazine, or other current news — all on our Publications page.