We are closely monitoring the changing situation around COVID-19. While we understand the concerns and risks surrounding the virus, we also know that the people we serve and their families depend on us to provide continuous services and supports. For the safety of everyone we serve, their families, and our employees, we are taking extra precautions as recommended by public health officials, and we will adjust our procedures as their directives and recommendations change.
We encourage everyone to take care of themselves and their communities by practicing healthy habits and preventative measures recommended by the CDC (external website) and WHO (external website). We are all relying on each other.
Keystone Human Services' Intellectual Disability Services supports people with intellectual disability to live full, meaningful lives in their communities. Understanding the importance of natural supports, individuality, respect, and choice, we encourage people to build relationships, actively participate in the community, and pursue their goals.
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Ever since he was a teenager, John wanted to become a truck driver. He loved the idea of being able to see the country and sights along the way while also earning a living.
Although he has his driver's license and recently bought himself a car, he knew he needed to get his CDL to move toward his goal. He visited a local trucking school and acquired a manual. Now he's busy studying for his Class A CDL.
Each person receives support to find and maintain a job. Services include assistance to build a resume and discover skills and interests, as well as career planning, job coaching, preparation for interviews, and job searches.
Each person is supported to live more independently in their own home, participate in the community, and take advantage of community resources. Transportation is included, with some exceptions.
Community Participation Support provides people with the opportunity to get involved in their community and explore their own interests and strengths. This service can be pre-vocational, leading to employment. Transportation is included.
Lifesharing provides people with the opportunity to grow, learn, and pursue their goals in a family environment. The person with a disability and the family choose to live together and share their lives. Lifesharing providers are actively involved in the person's life, providing assistance, support, and guidance.
Residential Services are provided in licensed or unlicensed provider-owned or rented homes. With respect for individuality, each person receives support to live more independently and participate meaningfully in the community.
Provided in Pennsylvania and Delaware, Behavior Support Services are designed to increase a person's independence and inclusion in family and community life. Each person receives an individualized plan based on their strengths, challenges, and goals.