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Resilience Conference   Devereux and Marist College co-sponsor Resilience Conference to support families and caregivers with special needs

The June 15 event will feature discussions with internationally-recognized motivational speaker Lou Radja and Dr. Robert Naseef, psychologist, author and father of a child on the autism spectrum.

music speaks   Devereux New York’s music therapy program helps adults, one note at a time

Author Hans Christian Andersen once said, “Where words fail, music speaks.” The music therapy program at Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health New York is helping adults with developmental disabilities find their voice.

CIDDS   Autism Awareness Month: Nurturing greater understanding, compassion and support

In honor of Autism Awareness Month in April, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health a leading provider of autism services for children, adolescents and adults - wants to highlight the need for greater understanding, compassion and support to help individuals diagnosed with autism lead more independent, fulfilling and socially connected lives.

Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month   Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month: Promoting inclusion

March has been recognized as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month since 1987 when President Ronald Reagan issued a public proclamation urging Americans to provide individuals with developmental disabilities “the encouragement and opportunities they need to lead productive lives and to achieve their full potential.”

  Recreational Therapy Month: Recognizing the value of therapeutic recreational programs

Recreational therapy uses activities such as music and dance classes and arts and crafts to help stimulate and improve the overall health and well-being of individuals with illnesses and/or disabling conditions.

  Food and fellowship: Devereux New York food service manager’s jokes bring smiles

Doug Patton, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health New York’s food service manager, knows the importance of a good sense of humor. In his 20 years on the job, Patton has always tried to keep a sunny disposition - and plenty of so-called “dad jokes” on hand.


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NJ Cooking Club   Devereux New Jersey’s cooking club teaches adults tasty life lessons

Adults who participate in Devereux New Jersey’s cooking club learn valuable lessons such as how to scout out sales, make a budget and find healthy ingredients.

Gwen Skinner   Devereux’s Gwen Skinner named one of liveSAFE Resources’ “Women of Achievement”

Gwen Skinner, Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health’s vice president of operations, was named one of liveSAFE Resources’ 2019 “Women of Achievement.”

World Autism Day   CBS Philly features Devereux New Jersey vocational program

In honor of Autism Awareness Month, CBS Philly featured a story about Devereux New Jersey's plant therapy program, which teaches adults with autism new skills.

Resilience Conference   Devereux and Marist College co-sponsor Resilience Conference to support families and caregivers with special needs

The June 15 event will feature discussions with internationally-recognized motivational speaker Lou Radja and Dr. Robert Naseef, psychologist, author and father of a child on the autism spectrum.

Golf Classic   Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health hosts annual Golf Classic on May 14 to raise critical funding to support youth and adults with emotional, behavioral and cognitive differences

More than 300 supporters expected to attend annual event, which will be held at three of Philadelphia’s premier golf courses, and will feature live/silent auctions and a cocktail/dinner reception.

Autism Day   Erin Clemens: A poem to her parents on World Autism Awareness Day

In honor of World Autism Awareness Day, Erin Clemens, who receives services through Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Pennsylvania, was inspired to write a poem to her parents.


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