Our latest issue of our newsletter, Image is done and on its way to you in the mail. Our Fall issue celebrates all our donors and the impact they make every day in the lives of the Inglis Community. Also, meet our new CEO, Dyann Roth!
Original plans in 1927, called for a fountain in our courtyard. Thanks to donations, the entire Inglis Community now enjoys the fountain and renovated courtyard.
Established in 1984, the Inglis Day Program provides opportunities for people with disabilities to engage in social, educational, and wellness activities.
Inglis’ patented Drink-Aide® hands-free water bottle was conceived and is assembled in-house, by therapists and residents together.
The 2016 Inglis Keen Games - Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Wheelchair Sports at Inglis was held Saturday, Sept. 10th, 2016. Another great year! More than 150 resident athletes and 100+ volunteers participated! Congratulations to all!
Every day, Inglis helps nearly 1,000 people with advanced multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, and numerous other disabilities.
Inglis up in lights! Celebrating 140 Years of Ability & Independence for people with disabilities, Inglis was highLIGHTED on the PECO building.
Founded in 1877 - Inglis is celebrating 140 Years of service and support to people with disabilities - and those who care for them - continuing to redefine ability & independence every day.
The 2017 Golf Outing--our 16th Anniversary--was another great success. Since 2002, the Inglis Golf Outing has raised nearly $2 million - providing vital services to members of the Inglis Community. The 2018 Golf Outing will be June 11th at St. Davids Golf Club.
The Inglis mission is to enable people with disabilities — and those who care for them — to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest.
Inglis offers more than 350 safe, accessible and affordable housing units throughout the region. Plans include 50 more by 2020.
Inglis is the largest provider of affordable, accessible housing for people with disabilities — with more than 300 units to date, and another 100 in the pipeline.
Nearly 300 people with significant physical disabilities from across the country receive 24-hour care and live full, engaged lives at Inglis House.
Inglis’ Adapted Technology program empowers people with disabilities to have better control of their own lives, medical care, finances, and so much more.