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Woods supports individuals with disabilities or challenges to achieve their highest potential and independence through innovative and individualized approaches that promote learning and personal fulfillment.
For a century, Woods has been supporting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, challenging behaviors, emotional disorders, brain injury, and other neurological disorders. Currently, we provide supports for approximately 675 individuals in the Langhorne community, who range in age from 5-90 years old. About 250-300 of these residents engage in our special education programs. We have three schools located on-campus that have an extended school year (ESY) program. Woods also has an extensive Recreation Department and Volunteer Program that help provide our clients with as many opportunities as possible to "know the joy of achievement."