What We Do
The supports coordination services we provide help individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families obtain resources within their community, enabling them to lead full and meaningful lives.
On January 29, 2014 Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett announced his proposed $22.5 million Waiting List Initiative at the Salvation Army’s Kroc Center. Joel Goldberg, CEO of Quality Progressions, attended the press conference and thanks the Governor for his ongoing support.
On December 12, 2013 Quality Progressions hosted it’s 2nd annual Wrapping Party to wrap Christmas gifts for 167 children with intellectual disabilities and their siblings. This Wrapping Party was made possible through Quality Progressions’ partnership with Toys for Tots, which has helped the organization spread holiday joy to nearly 250 children over the last two […]
Two Quality Progressions staff members were selected by the Philadelphia Office of Intellectual disAbility Services (IDS) to receive a 2013 Points of Transformation Award. The annual award luncheon honors Supports Coordinators and Supervisors that go above and beyond to support individuals with intellectual disabilities in Philadelphia County.
When Billy’s parents suddenly passed away within months of one another, no one in his family was prepared to care for him full-time. His Aunts and Uncles shared the responsibility, forcing Billy to live part-time in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Washington, DC for over a year until they started seeking assistance.
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