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Support for Ukraine: A Look Back at February-June 2022

Keystone Moldova has been supporting refugees from Ukraine since the war started in late February. From February through June: • 4,500 people, mostly mothers and children, used the tent at the Palanca border crossing • 159 calls came into the Hotline Support Service • 454 cases of direct support and medical assistance were provided by...
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“We Are Allies and Partners, Not Caregivers”: KHS Launches Pilot Project with the Listen Include Respect Guidelines

“Inclusion sits at the heart of our values,” said Siobhan Barrington, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Partnerships for People, a KHS subsidiary in New Jersey. “We’re committed to creating inclusive communities. But there’s more work to be done to move from being person-centered to being person-led.”
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Side Events at the UN Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Address Support for Refugees with Disabilities

To learn more about our work supporting refugees, visit Our Support for Ukraine . “Keystone Moldova has taken a pro-active approach to supporting refugees with disabilities,” said Dr. Ludmila Malcoci, Regional Director of Keystone Human Services International and Executive Director of Keystone Moldova. “We are working to ensure that people with disability are included in...
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Keystone Human Services to Pilot the Newly Launched Listen Include Respect Guidelines

“People with disability should have the opportunity to not just be physically in the room but to be fully included within all aspects of organizations,” said Kayla McKeon at the launch event for the Listen Include Respect guidelines .
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Keystone Moldova Receives Commendation from the President of Moldova

Harrisburg, PA—Keystone Moldova, a subsidiary of Keystone Human Services, is honored to receive a commendation from Maia Sandu, President of the Republic of Moldova, for its work supporting refugees from Ukraine.
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Amanda Humes

The Learning Continues Through the June Summit

The 2022 June Summit marks the launch of our 12-month pilot project to incorporate the Listen Include Respect global guidelines into our work. Developed by Inclusion International and Down Syndrome International, these guidelines are designed to help organizations make their work inclusive, so people with intellectual disability can fully participate.
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