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She began her career at Elwyn in 1991 as a direct support professional within residential services and moved up through the ranks holding various positions.
In 2000 Kendra joined the corporate quality department, working with various programs such as early intervention, education, intellectual disabilities and behavioral health towards their quest for continuous quality improvement.
Elwyn’s Work Centers support individuals and encourage them to develop appropriate work habits, attitudes, and skills in a structured and supervised setting.
While performing contract work, individuals learn task completion, safety in the workplace, problem solving, following directions, and dependability.
Examples of physical aggression: or planned aggressive behavior may become more common.
Aggressive behaviors that cause damage to objects or harm people or animals are considered violent behaviors.
In November 2013 she was appointed Executive Director, Employment & Adult Day Services.
In this role Kendra is responsible for the oversight and strategic direction of the Employment & Adult Day Service area.
Elwyn’s Adult Training Facilities support individuals with developmental disabilities by offering opportunities for personal growth, community and vocational experiences, and relationship building.Individuals earn a commensurate wage for their work and receive a paycheck every two weeks.There are also opportunities to participate in career classes geared toward readying individuals to move on to competitive employment in the community.Services include community assessment and training, both on the job and at our Philadelphia site.We offer job placement and job support services in a wide variety of fields and locations.