Whether living in a home on our campus or in the community, life at Woods is safe, attractive, stimulating, comfortable and consistent with the rhythms of everyday life.
People at Woods have a remarkable way of demonstrating their care and concern for each and every person served. The supportive relationships between our staff and the people who live at Woods form the cornerstone of our organization. Our staff is dedicated to developing programs that open eyes, stimulate minds and unlock human potential. Balancing these efforts are total concern for the welfare and benefit of each resident as well as a commitment to the peace of mind of each family member or guardian.
Partners in Caring – Each family serves a vital role in the development of the person in our care and is encouraged to participate as active members of the program team.
Living Life to its Fullest – Because recreational and social activities are an integral part of our clients ’ lives, we offer a variety of stimulating and enjoyable activities, both on our campus and in the community.
Mollie Woods – Named in honor of our founder, a special education teacher, this residential program serves children, adolescents and adults with intellectual disability and other developmental disabilities.
Woodlands Center for Challenging Behaviors – Woodlands serves children and adolescents who have varying degrees of intellectual disability accompanied by significant behavioral problems.
Crestwood Residential Treatment Facility – Crestwood serves children and adolescents with borderline to above-average intelligence with significant emotional and behavioral difficulties.
Beechwood NeuroRehab – A community integrated program for individuals with brain injury, Beechwood provides a continuum of care for medically stable adults who are in need of comprehensive, post-acute rehabilitation services.
Brian’s House, Inc. – Brian’s House is a community-based program that provides residential and vocational services for adults with intellectual disability and other developmental disabilities, primarily in Chester and Delaware Counties, Pennsylvania.