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Introducing the Inglis Innovation Center - the new home of Inglis Community Services

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During the last 140+ years, Inglis has developed relationships with individuals who have disabilities and built programs and services that enable them to overcome challenges and live life to the fullest. With advances in technology, medical care, and supportive services, more people than ever are choosing to live the lives they want, independently in the community. 

For more than 50 years, Inglis has been supporting individuals with disabilities who live in the community.  Now, Inglis is taking the next step in providing comprehensive community-based services with the opening of the new Inglis Innovation Center.  The Center supports individuals with disabilities living in the community to pursue wellness, community and social engagement, the use of adapted technology and more through innovative programs. The Innovation Center includes:

Connections - a day program with enhanced services: 

  • A robust Day Program for individuals with disabilities with enhanced services
  • An engaging recreational calendar with community outings & trips
  • A vibrant space with extended hours 
  • Bathing facilities & access to a registered nurse on staff 
  • Breakfast, lunch & snacks served
  • Services that meet individuals’ personal, social, nutritional, therapeutic, educational & recreational needs
  • For more information about Connections, follow this link

Inglis Assistive Technology Solutions (IATS):


  • Mobile peer support to individuals with disabilities who also have mental health challenges
  • Access to Certified Peer Specialists who have a physical disability or experience working with individuals who have a disability
  • Peer mentors who can help navigate mental health challenges or barriers to wellness
  • For more information about Journeys, follow this link

Employment Services:

MS Care Management & Resident Service Coordination: 

Self-Determination Housing of Pennsylvania (SDHP):

Community Space:

  • Bright comfortable area 
  • Provides a disability-competent space to  gather and feel welcome
  • A place where services can be accessed in a less formal setting

Life Lab:

  • Simulates a community-based home environment for individuals interested in transitioning to independent living
  • Opportunities to collaborate with service recipients, therapists, caregivers, and Inglis’ AT team 

Art Gallery:

  • A rotating gallery showcases the talents of the disability community and Inglis and features original works by artists with disabilities

For more information or to ask about participating in any of our Innovation Center/Community Support Services programs, please contact us at 267-295-5400 or