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Children’s Rights and Alternative Care

Keystone Humans Services is pleased to support the Call to Action: Protect the right to family life and prevent institutionalization for all children . This Call to Action contributes to global efforts to promote consistent interpretation and enforcement of international human rights law regarding children with disabilities. We know that children with disabilities are over-represented...
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$500 Sign-On Bonus for Select Jobs

Come for the opportunity. Stay for the career. Apply for a job with Keystone Human Services and receive a $500 sign-on bonus once you’re hired! The sign-on bonus is available for select full time direct care positions in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Connecticut. You must complete an application and successfully complete New Employee Orientation.
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Building Back Better: Reflections on the United Nations Conference of States Parties on the Convention of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

People with intellectual and developmental disabilities were marginalized long before the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, the events of the last year and a half have highlighted the realities and consequences of systems that exclude people by design.
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4 Principles to Ensure People with Disability Maintain Independence and Control

On June 8, 2021, representatives from Keystone Human Services – Meritt Buyer, Strategic Partnerships Officer; Genevieve Fitzgibbon, Deputy Director for Keystone Human Services International; Dan Mathieu, Service Director at Key Human Services in Connecticut; and Laura Tieman, Vice President of Business Development – attended the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities’ regional consultation...
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Strengthening Families COSP 13 Side Event

Strengthening Families COSP 13 Side Event Join us on December 4 at 11:30 am EST for the United Nations 13th Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities virtual side event on parent and family leadership in preventing institutionalization of children with disabilities. Panelists and participants will share examples...
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