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Tracy Kralik Receives 2017 Edna Silberman Humanitarian Service Award

Tracy Kralik, vice chairperson of Connecticut nonprofit Key Human Services, is the 2017 recipient of the Edna Silberman Humanitarian Service Award.
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Pennsylvania Treasurer Torsella hosts roundtable in Dauphin County to discuss PA ABLE Program

Pennsylvania Treasurer Joe Torsella hosted a discussion on August 3 with Keystone Human Services, Susquehanna Service Dogs, families from within the disability community, and legislators to discuss the Pennsylvania Achieving a Better Life Experience Act Savings Program (PA ABLE), which provides tax-advantaged savings accounts for individuals with qualified disabilities and their families.
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Making Deinstitutionalization Real: Moving from the Idea toward the Ideal

Join Keystone Human Services International at the United Nations on June 14 for the Side Event “Making Deinstitutionalization Real: Moving from the Idea toward the Ideal.” This Side Event is part of the 10th Session of the Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. A panel of change...
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Veronica Rotaru Received ANCOR’s 2017 International Direct Support Professional of the Year Award

Keystone Human Services is pleased to announce that Veronica Rotaru has received ANCOR’s 2017 Direct Support Professional of the Year in the Republic of Moldova Award! This is the first time that a direct support professional in Moldova has received this award.
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Capital Area Head Start Receives Federal Grant to Extend Classroom Hours

Federal Grant provides for extension of classroom hours for 192 preschool children in Cumberland, Dauphin, and Perry Counties in Pennsylvania.
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Leaders from The Hans Foundation Visit Harrisburg, PA to Further the Collaboration for an Inclusive Indian Society

From November 7-11, leaders from The Hans Foundation will visit Keystone Human Services in Harrisburg, PA for a retreat to discuss our collaboration to advance the rights of people with disability in India. Leaders will also visit several of Keystone’s services to learn how community-based services support individuals to live full lives in the community.
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