Beechwood NeuroRehab is a program of the Woods Services organization. Woods Services is one of five affiliate organizations that comprise Woods Resources, a health and human services network dedicated to excellence and innovation in its system of services. Other affiliate programs include: Brian’s House in Chester County, PA, Allies, Inc. and Archway Programs in NJ, and Tabor Services in southeastern, PA.
Please visit the sites below to learn more and see how these organizations can meet your needs.
Allies supports more than 300 adults in community homes located in 16 counties throughout New Jersey. Allies and its affiliates are dedicated to providing meaningful residential, employment and recreational opportunities to people with disabilities in the communities of their choice.
Archway Programs offers an array of programming for children and adults in southern New Jersey that include a before and after school program, two special education schools, early intervention services, youth, adolescent and adult partial care, and community homes for adults with developmental disabilities.
Brian’s House supports 106 adults diagnosed with developmental disorders in community homes located in Chester and Delaware counties. Brian’s House provides residential, life skills development, vocational training, and job coaching and placement.
Tabor Services has been meeting the needs of children and families at-risk in Southeastern Pennsylvania for more than a century. In 2013, Tabor was selected as a Community Umbrella Agency (CUA) in Philadelphia.
Woods Services empowers individuals with disabilities to achieve their highest potential and live a fulfilling life. The organization provides educational, residential, health care, clinical and vocational supports and services to more than 630 people of all ages and levels of care with a unique model that drives greater achievement for individuals – and best practices for the industry. Philadelphia schoolteacher Mollie Woods founded Woods in 1913 as a progressive residential school for children diagnosed with intellectual disabilities.