Alternatives in Community Treatment
Alternatives in Community Treatment - Skills Training
ACT, Inc. staff assist each individual to re-acquire basic living skills such as bathing, dressing and self-feeding.
Recovery of physical functions, including balance and coordination, as well as physical and occupational therapy through interdisciplinary-guided training.
Interdisciplinary assessment and training to develop cognitive skills required for independent living.
Regeneration of social skills, friendship and family relationships.
Skills of daily living training through therapeutic methods in real-life settings, like crossing the street safely, using the post office, shopping for groceries, and banking.
Counseling, support and training for friends and families.
Vocational development including skills training, rehabilitation and workplace integration.
Independent skills for success in the postsecondary environment including work load organization, help with applying for and achieving support accommodations, and assistance with communications with professors and administrative personnel.
23 Mystic Lane
Suite A
Malvern, PA 19355
Eligibility: The following admission criteria has been established to assure maximum benefit is realized for those individuals participating in ACT, Inc. programs and services. The person receiving services:

--is 16 years old or older, with cognitive, physical, social, psychological, educational, or vocational deficits resulting from a neurological disability. We will consider providing services to those under age 16 on a case-by-case basis.
--should be medically stable and not require life support systems, skilled or intermediate nursing care. Person receiving services may need a prescription for services by a licensed physician updated annually or as required.
--has capacity for self-medication or medication with assistance.
--is not actively suicidal and has exhibited no history of such behavior in the past six months.
--should be independent in ambulation with or without assistive devices.
--should be able to complete activities of daily living (i.e. dressing and personal hygiene) with no more than moderate assistance.
--must be capable of self- preservation in residential programs.
--Appropriate funding must be available for the services provided.
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (877) 369-1012 Toll Free Fax
  • (610) 647-0800 Other
Email Address:
  • Life Skills Education * Brain Injuries
  • Life Skills Education * Developmental Disabilities
  • Vocational Rehabilitation * Brain Injuries
  • Vocational Rehabilitation * Developmental Disabilities
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Alternatives in Community Treatment
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