Community Participation Support Services
Direct Support Professionals assist individuals to improve self-care skills and greater independence by increasing their capacity to be more self-sufficient and, for those who desire, vocational skill building which can lead to employment in the community.
The individuals served in this program must have a primary diagnosis of intellectual/developmental disabilities or autism. Many are dual diagnosed with ID and mental health issues. We serve a substantial number of wheelchair users in this program and others with complicated medical conditions.
The services provided offer:
Home and Community Habitation (Community
Older Adult Services
The Vanderwoude Center
The Vanderwoude Center is located at 3825 Whitaker Avenue. For more information,
call 215-425-9212. For directions click here 3825 Whitaker Ave .