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Programs and Services

Inglis’ numerous programs and services reach more than 1000 people with disabilities every day.

From our long-term care community, Inglis House; to our Day Program; to our work with those living independently in the community — Inglis makes a difference in the lives of people with disabilities.

Inglis enables people with disabilities – and those who care for them – to achieve their goals and live life to the fullest. As such, Inglis welcomes great people in all our programs and employment opportunities, without regard to disability, race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, military service, marital status, or any other characteristics, as protected by law.  We encourage all people with disabilities, who may benefit from our programs and services, to apply for participation; and equally hope those who meet job criteria, including veterans and the long-term unemployed, to apply for our employment opportunities. 

Inglis Community Services

Inglis Community Services offers comprehensive programs that support the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of individuals with disabilities living independently in the community.

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Care Management

Inglis Care Management assists individuals with disabilities to access services and supports so they can live in their own homes in the community. The Care Management team supports people with disabilities in finding and receiving the necessary care and services for their specialized needs. 

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Employment Services

Inglis Community Employment Services assists individuals with disabilities to obtain and retain work in integrated settings.

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MS Center of Excellence

Inglis has developed substantial experience treating individuals with MS. The MS Society recognized this commitment when it named Inglis as a National Center of Excellence for the Care of People with Multiple Sclerosis. 

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Day Program

The Inglis Day Program is unique because it serves a diverse group of adults (18 and older) with physical disabilities who live independently in the community. Staying active is important, and the Inglis Day Program offers stimulating programs to promote the physical, emotional and spiritual wellness of participants. 

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Housing Corporation

Inglis Housing Corporation provides affordable accessible housing, allowing people with physical disabilities to live their lives independently and to the fullest. Our housing communities are staffed by compassionate housing professionals.

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Inglis House

Inglis House is a skilled nursing long-term care community based in Philadelphia. Founded in 1877, Inglis House specializes in services to non-geriatric adults with severe neurodegenerative physical disabilities resulting in paraplegia and quadriplegia.

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Rehabilitation Services

The focus of the Inglis Wellness & Rehabilitation Center is to maximize each resident’s level of independence, participation and safety, while helping them to live life to the fullest.

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Social Enrichment Program

Therapeutic Recreation & Social Enrichment provide programs and services — recreational, educational, computer services, pastoral care, music therapy and many more — that focus on enhancing residents’ independence to the full extent of their functional abilities and supporting them through their life transitions.

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Adapted Technology Program

For many years, the Inglis Computer Lab has served as residents’ “entrance ramp” not only to the Information Superhighway but to the world beyond Inglis House. More than half of Inglis residents use a computer for e-mail, Internet searches, social networking, art and gaming.

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Community Computing Program

Inglis Adapted Technology Program is not only based in Inglis House - the program now reaches into the community to support people with disabilities living independently who wand to use computers and need adapted technology to do so.

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