Search by Provider Name
18 Matching Service Providers
Print & Share All Results
Allegheny County Department of Human Services
Allegheny County DHS - Office of Intellectual Disability Outreach and Education
Office of Intellectual Disability provides intake and registration for supports coordination to eligible individuals with intellectual disability and/or autism. Questions can be answered about available services and supports regarding assistance for families of children age 0-9 with developmental disability. Staff is available to provide presentations or host information tables for schools and community events, parent and professional groups. Printed information can also be provided. Fact Sheets, available online, are brief explanations of important subjects regarding the Office of Intellectual Disability and the service system. Fact Sheets include: How to Register and Eligibility and Supports Coordination.
110 Roessler Road
Suite 300D
Pittsburgh, PA 15220
Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am to 4:00pm
American Diabetes Association
American Diabetes Association - Step-Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes
Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes, formerly America’s Walk for Diabetes, is about changing the face of diabetes in our country by raising funds to help find a cure and walking a few miles for greater awareness to this devastating disease. Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes is a whirlwind day packed with energy, fun, support for others and a perfect amount of selfless dedication. Anyone can take part in Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes; your participation isn’t measured by the dexterity or the speed you walk, but by the level of your enthusiasm and your commitment to ending diabetes. Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes was born as the result of the need to take greater action in the fight against diabetes. More than 20.8 million Americans have diabetes, with another 54-million at risk and ADA is taking steps to attack this epidemic aggressively.
150 Monument Road
Suite 100
BalaCynwyd, PA 19004
Anthracite Region Center for Independent Living
Disability Awareness Training - Anthracite CIL
ARCIL staff and volunteers are available to conduct disability awareness training for schools, businesses, hospitals and civic organizations.
Markle Building
8 West Broad Street
Hazleton, PA 18201
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:00pm
Arc of Lancaster Lebanon
Arc of Lancaster Lebanon
**NOTES** Office is closed staff are working remotely. Email keren@thearclancleb.org with any questions. Supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities of all ages and their families in reaching their fullest potential as community members. Upon request, advocates attend meetings for school-aged children ensuring a child receives free and appropriate education under the law. Support for individuals of all ages and families as they navigate the disability system. Provide: - Advocacy - Community education - Trainings - Sibling support group - Independent Monitoring for Quality: The IM4Q project collects information to improve the quality of life of people served and supported by the intellectual disability system
116 West Airport Road
Suite A
Lititz, PA 17543
Eligibility: Persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Friday by appointment
Beaver County Association for the Blind
BCAB Supportive Services
Offers a variety of services to visually impaired and blind individuals. Increases independence and improves the quality of life. Educates the public about the causes, symptoms, and prevention of blindness. Offers technology information and assistive technology classes.
616 Fourth Street
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Eligibility: Beaver county resident
Hours: Monday through Thursday 7:00am to 4:30pm
Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh
Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services - Public Education, Information and Referral
Speaker's Bureau offered to community organizations; films and literature available through Public Education department; Information and Referral providing vision service information and referral to people who are blind or vision impaired or to anyone interested.
1816 Locust Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Blind Association of Butler and Armstrong
Blind Association of Butler and Armstrong
Provides services for the blind and visually impaired citizens of Armstrong and Butler Counties.
322 North Cedar Street
Butler, PA 16001
Eligibility: Must be legally blind or visually impaired
Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Bucks County Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Adult Services
BCABVI offers a range of adult services to meet the evolving needs of its clients. Services include, Case Management, In-Home Services, Skill Sessions, Transportation, Tech Groups, Support Groups, Volunteer Opportunities and Social Programs
400 Freedom Drive
Newtown, PA 18940
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Bucks County Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Children's Services
Designed to help kids from birth to 21 years of age and their families to build relationships, gain new knowledge, and obtain resources available in Bucks County. Preschool vision screenings are available for any preschool who inquires.
400 Freedom Drive
Newtown, PA 18940
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Central Susquehanna Sight Services
Central Susquehanna Sight Services - Disability Awareness Programs
*COVID-19 UPDATES* - All prevention services suspended indefinitely (vision screenings, educational programs, low-cost eye wear program. Limited Face to Face contact. Office Hour changes through April 30 - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 8am - 4 pm. Closed Thursday & Friday. Promotes public education through press releases and public service announcements. Provides educational materials on a variety of eye conditions, and prepares presentations on a variety of topics related to blindness and vision loss.
348 Market Street
Sunbury, PA 17801
Hours: Office hours are weekdays from 8:00am to 4:00pm
Compass Community Connections
Compass Community Connections - Disability Awareness Program
Programs created to raise awareness of various disabilities and conditions.
31 South Dorcas Street
Suite A
Lewistown, PA 17044
Eligibility: Call for more information
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Family Voices
Family Voices - Kids as Self Advocates (KASA)
Representing the voice of youth living with disabilities and chronic health conditions by speaking to policy makers at public events and hearings. Educating communities, including students, teachers and administrators at our schools; medical students and physicians; and federally funded cafe and agencies and state programs. Serving as advisers to the over 40,000 members of Family Voices across the country and organizations and agencies interested in promoting youth involvement and leadership.
3701 San Mateo Boulevard Northeast
Suite 103
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Hours: Call for more information.
Growing Awareness, Inc.
Community Programming - Growing Awareness, Inc.
A non-profit foundation established in 2019 by a group of special educators. Foundation holds events in the community to increase awareness and raise money to help and provide services and products etc. to local kids and adults with disabilities. Contact the foundation for a list of current community programs.
PO Box 5026
South Williamsport, PA 17702
Joni and Friends Eastern PA
Joni and Friends Eastern PA
Services include: -Support groups -Wives Club, for women whose husbands are affected with a disability -Parents with children with disabilities -Singles with disabilities -Couples with children with disabilities -Speakers available -Wheels for the World, collects and refurbishes old wheelchairs and distributes them worldwide -Special Delivery, gift packages of institutionalized materials delivered to people with disabilities who are hospitalized, homebound or institutionalized -Holds 3 one-week retreats per year for families with a disabled family member -Works with local congregations helping them develop programs for people affected by disability
340 Highland Drive
Suite 200
Mountville, PA 17554
Eligibility: Any person with a physical or developmental disability and their family
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Lancaster Christian Council on Disability
Lancaster Christian Council on Disability
Christian community partnership. Mission is to inspire, equip, educate and encourage congregations toward a biblical perspective of inclusive relationships with people touched by disability. The Executive Committee of several agencies helps in defining direction and decision making.
1925 Wheatland Ave
Lancaster, PA 17603
Eligibility: Individuals and agencies who share in a common desire to improve the lives of people touched by disabilities
Hours: Call for information
Liberty Resources
Liberty Resources - Advocacy
Independent Living Centers (ILCs) enable individuals with disabilities to have the same life choices as non-disabled persons. Liberty Resources commitment is to work continually to advocate for the rights of individuals with disabilities.
112 North 8th Street
Suite 600
Philadelphia, PA 19107
National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments
Nat`l Assoc For Parents of Children with Visual Impairments
Offers support group for parents through their database. Information packet and an "Awareness" newsletter available. Various publications for parents available.
1 N Lexington Ave
8th Floor
White Plains, NY 10601
The Arc of York County
Case Management And Community Support Services, The Arc of York County
Our dedicated case managers make community living a possibility for the people we serve. We empower these individuals to enjoy a fulfilling life. We strive to protect their rights and pave the way for their acceptance and success in the community. Our case managers educate the York County community about intellectual disabilities and work to improve the quality and accessibility of the full range of services and supports available. We provide educational advocacy to parents to help to better address special educational needs and services for their children with intellectual disabilities.
497 Hill Street
YORK, PA 17403
Eligibility: PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL OR INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
Hours: MON - FRI 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Variety-The Children's Charity of the Delaware Valley
Variety - The Children's Charity - Autism Initiative
The Autism Initiative works to meet the needs of the community by connecting parents to resources and offering guidance to families on the “autism journey.” The Initiative provides a comprehensive region specific eNewsletter and implemented “Autism Ambassadors,” a peer-mentoring program in school districts across the region. Variety staff trains teachers on teaching students about autism and guides the Ambassador clubs to mentor their peers. This program is now known as “Kids with Heart” and includes training for children for all disabilities. In 2012, the members of The Initiative designed and outfitted the Autism Resource Center at the Variety Club Camp and Developmental Center with Multi-Sensory Environment (MSE). The MSE is available for children who attend programs at the camp and helps children maintain their “sensory diets.” The Autism Initiative also oversees Variety’s Cool Kids Meet Up, a social skills training program for children with autism spectrum disorders. Cool Kids programs operate alongside the academic year. The Philadelphia program works in conjunction with SPIN and meets weekly at the SPIN center located at 10521 Dummond Rd. Cool Kids also meet at the camp in Worcester. The Initiative also runs family weekend retreats or “Autism Family Weekend Getaways” at Variety’s 80 acre Camp and Developmental Center. 2013’s Autism Family Camp Getaway will be held Friday, August 23 – Sunday, August 25th and will be hosted by autism advocate and Temple Grandin’s mother, Eustacia Cutler. Variety Club Camp Family Weekend Getaways provide families with recreational activities and learning workshops that include swimming, hiking, horseback riding, karaoke and yoga so families can enjoy a camping experience where they feel safe, accepted and supported. The activities during this weekend aim to benefit all family members and strengthen the family unit by providing each member with support, information and family enrichment activities while feeling like a vacation!
2950 Potshop Road
Worcester, PA 19490
Allegheny County Department of Human Services
Allegheny County DHS - Office of Intellectual Disability Outreach and Education
American Diabetes Association
American Diabetes Association - Step-Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes
Anthracite Region Center for Independent Living
Disability Awareness Training - Anthracite CIL
Arc of Lancaster Lebanon
Arc of Lancaster Lebanon
Beaver County Association for the Blind
BCAB Supportive Services
Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh
Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services - Public Education, Information and Referral
Blind Association of Butler and Armstrong
Blind Association of Butler and Armstrong
Bucks County Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Adult Services
Central Susquehanna Sight Services
Central Susquehanna Sight Services - Disability Awareness Programs
Compass Community Connections
Compass Community Connections - Disability Awareness Program
Family Voices
Family Voices - Kids as Self Advocates (KASA)
Joni and Friends Eastern PA
Joni and Friends Eastern PA
Lancaster Christian Council on Disability
Lancaster Christian Council on Disability
Liberty Resources
Liberty Resources - Advocacy
National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments
Nat`l Assoc For Parents of Children with Visual Impairments
The Arc of York County
Case Management And Community Support Services, The Arc of York County
Variety-The Children's Charity of the Delaware Valley
Variety - The Children's Charity - Autism Initiative
Exit IconPanic Button
Click here or hit the 'esc' key on your keyboard to leave this site fast.