A project supported by a grant from the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council, Time Banking, is an avenue that people, including those with ID and Autism, can explore to create new relationships, meet needs and make friends. Read more >>
The Importance of Data Collection Relevant to Behavior Changes and Medications
In this session you will learn why data collection is important, how to collect data that works for the individual and caregivers, and how to use the data to help people succeed. Read more >>
Supporting Behavioral Health Needs…
Many people experience mental health challenges and/or substance use issues. This includes people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Click here for PCHC’s new Team Review Form (TRF) that can be completed and saved on the computer.
PCHC strives to enhance access to community health care through education, support, advocacy and empowerment as well as to improve health care outcomes for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities (ID) .Read More
PCHC offers health care technical services such as Nursing Reviews to assist direct support staff/families with complicated physical health issues and Clinical Reviews to clarify behavioral health issues. Read More
Funding provided by the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health/Intellectual disAbility Services, the Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery County Offices of Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and the Office of Developmental Programs, Pennsylvania Department of Human Services.