Founded in 1951, ACHIEVA celebrates 65 years of supporting individuals with disabilities and their families. ACHIEVA looks forward to the many years ahead! Click below to view ACHIEVA's anniversary salute.
ACHIEVA's 65th Anniversay
Learn More About ACHIEVA
ACHIEVA is grateful to have experienced another successful year. The agency’s growth is tied directly with our innovative practices and commitment to empowering individuals with disabilities and their families. Thanks to the successful planning and implementation of ACHIEVA’s strategic vision, we are very happy to report new and exciting endeavors.
ACHIEVA Family Trust, a member of the ACHIEVA family of organizations, provides trustee services for all types of special needs trusts. Trusts help families plan for a secure financial future, allowing individuals with disabilities to secure assets without losing their government assistance.
ACHIEVA Family Trust Now Serves Over 2,000 Individuals.
ACHIEVA has licensed and certified therapists that teach you how to teach your child and reach their full potential. We work with children from birth to three years of age and tailor services to each child’s specific needs.
Are You Concerned About Your Child's Development?
ACHIEVA vocational services are outcomes-based and tailored to an individual's needs and specific employment goals. ACHIEVA provides several employment opportunities and vocational services for individuals with disabilities.
ACHIEVA Offers Job Training and Vocational Services.
ACHIEVA is looking for talented, energetic and motivated people who want to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities. If you are talented and passionate and looking for a career, and not just a job, ACHIEVA could be the place for you.
Interested in a Rewarding Career with ACHIEVA?
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Thursday, June 23, 2016

 Life on the waiting list: The struggle to receive intellectual disability services in Pennsylvania. Abbey Etling lifts the sippy cup to her lips and drinks from it. It’s a small gesture, but one that is laden with meaning for her mother, Sandy Etling.