We are closely monitoring the changing situation around COVID-19. While we understand the concerns and risks surrounding the virus, we also know that the people we serve and their families depend on us to provide continuous services and supports. For the safety of everyone we serve, their families, and our employees, we are taking extra precautions as recommended by public health officials, and we will adjust our procedures as their directives and recommendations change.
We encourage everyone to take care of themselves and their communities by practicing healthy habits and preventative measures recommended by the CDC (external website) and WHO (external website). We are all relying on each other.
In this environment, change is happening rapidly and we rarely have control over it. We encourage everyone to reach out to someone you trust as we all adjust to these changes.
Keystone Autism Services provides services for adolescents and adults with autism. We encourage and actively support growth, positive individual choices, and meaningful relationships. Our individualized, flexible programs are designed to meet the needs of each person so they can pursue their goals and live full, meaningful lives at home, school, work, and in the community.
Are you interested in a career supporting people with autism to live full lives in the community? Start your new career with Keystone Autism Services.
You can search all of Keystone Human Services' job openings and apply on the website.
Hillary McFadden enjoys eating international cuisine, but because she has a vision impairment, she's unable to read restaurant menus independently. Recognizing an unmet need, she's now starting her own business creating Braille menus for local restaurants. Hillary was featured on the cover of October 2019 issue of Business Woman.
The Adult Community Autism Program (ACAP) offers flexible services and supports to men and women with an Autism Spectrum Disorder to assist them to develop skills to reach their goals and participate meaningfully in their community. Services are tailored to each person’s specific needs and can be readily modified as needs change.
AVAIL is designed specifically to meet the needs of adolescents and young adults as they navigate change and explore opportunities, including transitioning from high school, pursuing employment and higher education, and increasing their independence in their home and community. Individuals must live in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania and be between the ages of 12–35. Families play a role in developing natural and community supports.
We provide training in Autism Spectrum Disorders and the Adult Community Autism Program to physicians, dentists and other types of health care providers, as well as to the community, so that providers and the individuals who receive services can be successful.