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Autism Success Story
Autism advocate, Devereux parent and staff member, Amy Kelly, reflects on how far her incredible 13-year-old daughter, Annie, on the autism spectrum has come.
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health changes lives – by unlocking and nurturing human potential for people living with emotional, behavioral or cognitive differences.

March ushers in Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

Through your gift, you are contributing to our mission to unlock and nurture human potential in people living with emotional, behavioral or cognitive differences.

In 1987, President Ronald Reagan issued a public proclamation that the month of March would be recognized as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month to “increase public awareness of the needs and potential of Americans with disabilities.”

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health has played a significant role in advocating and advancing services for this vulnerable population. Yet, as many strides that have been made, challenges remain for individuals, and their families, who live with emotional, behavioral and cognitive differences.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about one in six children - ages three through 17 - have a developmental disability.

"Devereux has positively changed my life."

News and Events

Through a partnership with Kennesaw State University, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Georgia recently hosted several Young Southeast Asian Leaders Institute (YSEALI) Fellows on its Kennesaw, Ga., campus for a tour and community project.
Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty employs more than 800 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Recently, founder and CEO Aaron “Crazy Aaron” Muderick caught up with Devereux Senior Vice President of External Affairs Leah Yaw to talk putty, people and perspective.
During a “Career Day” event at the Devereux Pennsylvania Children’s Behavioral Health Services center in Glenmoore, Pa., more than 40 high school students received words of wisdom and encouragement from members of Fairview Presbyterian Church.

Devereux’s Hope Gala raises
more than $700,000 for children
and adults with special needs

What a fantastic evening! Devereux Pennsylvania’s annual Hope Gala was held in honor of the remarkable legacy of Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health President and CEO Robert Q. Kreider, on the eve of his retirement. Bob’s leadership, insight and passion for the individuals we serve has transformed Devereux into one of the largest and most advanced behavioral healthcare nonprofit organizations in the country.