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Key Human Services Announces Elizabeth Weiblen as New President and CEO

Key Human Services, our subsidiary in Connecticut, welcomed Elizabeth Weiblen as the new President and CEO. Ms. Weiblan brings valuable experience in designing, developing, and directing high-performing community-based programs and services, and is a recognized leader in the field.
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Keystone Moldova Receives Two Zero Project Awards

Keystone Moldova has received two awards from the Zero Project for the Community for All – Moldova program and the Alternativ Forum Theatre. The Community for All-Moldova program is supporting people with disabilities to leave institutions and live in the community. The Forum Theater is using interactive performances to teach students to stop discrimination and...
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Beep Beep! Capital Area Head Start Receives Donation from Local Trucking Company

Through their "Adopt-a-Class" J.B. Hunt Transport Services donated school supplies to one of Capital Area Head Start's classrooms and provided students with the opportunity to learn about trucks and transportation.
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Susquehanna Service Dogs’ Puppy Raising Program in the News

Watch Susquehanna Service Dogs' young puppies during their early socialization class. SSD's Roar for More puppy raising program was spotlighted by ABC 23 WATM.
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Mike Ullman with Advance Auto Honored as Community Employer of the Year

Advance Auto of Phoenixville, PA and Mike Ullman, General Manager, have been awarded the Community Employer of the Year for the Southeast Region award by PAR. Ullman and his staff at Advance Auto have shown exceptional dedication, leadership, and mentoring in welcoming an employee with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).
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Kindergarten Inclusion

When you look at Ruxanda, you see two keen eyes, two braids, and a big smile. Every morning, she wakes up early, gets dressed, and goes to kindergarten, where she has many friends and spends the day playing with the other children and discovering the world.
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A Better Life at Home

Rich, Derek, and Lester have found a place to call home. After spending over 30 years living in Southbury Training School, a residential facility in Connecticut, they left in April 2018 with support from Key Human Services.
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Allentown’s Luz Diaz-Vincent wins the PAR 2018 “We Are Worth It” Northeast Region Direct Support Professional of the Year Award

Keystone Human Services (KHS) announced that Pennsylvania Advocacy and Resources for Autism and Intellectual Disability (PAR) selected Luz Diaz-Vincent as the 2018 "We Are Worth It" winner of the Northeast Region Direct Support Professional of the Year Award.
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Fund the Perfect Match on #GivingTuesday

This #GivingTuesday on November 27, Susquehanna Service Dogs is looking to raise $30,000 to fund the perfect match between a person and their service dog. These dogs are life-changing. As one woman recently paired with her service dog said, "You've given me a lifeline to the world." You can help make that kind of difference...
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Capital Area Head Start Celebrates 30 Years

Capital Area Head Start is celebrating its 30th anniversary of supporting children and families in the community. CAHS now supports 1,150 children and families to be successful in school, pursue their goals, and get a head start in life. Like CAHS on Facebook to learn 30 facts about their 30-year history.
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