Gary Blumenthal Inducted into ANCOR Foundation Legacy Leaders Circle
This award recognizes Gary’s lifetime of service to the ID/A community as an ANCOR member.
Springtime COVID-19 Reminders
Vaccines are helping us rejoice in the warmer weather and enjoy pre-pandemic activities once again. But we’re not out of the woods yet.
The Doctor is in: IBH Welcomes New Tele-Psychiatrist
Dr. Sudeep Chakravorty brings more than 30 years of experience in psychiatric medicine and practice to InVision Behavioral Health.
Protecting Your COVID-19 Vaccine Card
The little white card from the CDC is more important than you’d think.
Leaders for Tomorrow
InVision’s leadership development program is preparing a new generation of leaders to guide us toward a brighter future.
I Got the COVID-19 Vaccine. Now What?
So, you’re vaccinated. Ready to toss that mask into the bin of history? Not so fast.
Just the Facts: COVID-19 Vaccine
On the fence about the COVID-19 vaccine? Get the facts about why the vaccine is an important tool to get us out of the pandemic.
Wellness at Work
InVision’s “Health & Wellness” webinars are just some of the many ways we’re supporting our workforce.
Happy Holidays from InVision Human Services
It’s the most wonderful time of year, so check out the ways you can support InVision this holiday season!
2020 Leadership Awards
Congratulations to all our recipients and thank you to everyone at InVision who helps us turn our mission and vision into a reality each and every day.
Combating COVID-19 Fatigue
The novel coronavirus isn’t going away, and neither are the risks it poses to our health. As cases surge across the nation, it’s important that we continue taking precautions to protect ourselves and our loved ones.
David Fritsch Wins “We Are Worth It” Award
Presented by PAR, these awards recognize DSPs, Frontline Managers, Self Advocates, and more across the Commonwealth for their leadership, determination, and dedication to people with disabilities.
Making Dream Jobs a Reality
InVision’s DSPs are hardworking, dedicated professionals who are deeply committed to the people we support. Job facilitators have the unique role of helping them realize their dreams of a career.
Don’t Stand So Close to Me: Coronavirus Etiquette
How we re-learn to communicate when communication seems impossible.
InVision and Microsoft to Begin Supported Employment Partnership This Fall
InVision was among a select group of regional providers who will be joining Microsoft in this exciting new opportunity.
InVision Foundation Welcomes New Vice President
Ann Felter brings 20 years of non-profit leadership experience to the InVision Foundation.
"Green Phase" Reminders for Coronavirus Safety
All PA counties are in Gov. Wolf’s “green phase”, but don’t throw caution to the wind just yet.
3 Ways Exercise Benefits Our Mental Health
We all know how exercise benefits us physically, but what about mentally?
Standing Against Racism
One of the values of InVision Human Services is that all human beings are treated with dignity and respect. Those are not simply words, but rather the core of everything we are.
How to Set Goals (& Achieve Them)
Setting goals helps us focus our efforts to achieve results. Here’s how to do it.
InVision Human Services Update on COVID-19
The health and safety of the people we support and our staff remain paramount.
InVision Training Goes Virtual
Training for new hires and professional development for existing staff gets a virtual makeover.
InVision Benefits Open Enrollment
Open enrollment is just around the corner; don’t miss this opportunity to review your benefits!
DIY Cleaning and Sanitizing Solutions
High demand from the coronavirus means things like Clorox wipes and hand sanitizer are in short supply. But did you know you can make these things yourself with a few, simple ingredients?
Why Completing the US Census Matters
Have you completed the census yet? Let’s examine what the census is and why our participation is so important.
Supplies Drive for Residential Homes
InVision is asking for donations of sanitation items, personal protective equipment, and other supplies.
InVision Offices Closed through April 30
Governor Wolf extended his stay at home order to all counties in an effort to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
InVision Participates in Virtual Highmark Walk
With the Highmark Walk being modified to an online-only fundraiser and virtual walk this year, we will be looking at ways to continue raising money for the people we serve.
Open Letter to Our Residential Families
InVision continues to take the necessary steps to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). We thank our DSPs for their cooperation and unwavering commitment to the people we support.
The Unsung Heroes During a Pandemic
We applaud and respect the DSPs and other front-line heroes who continue to put themselves at risk to care for and support those who need it most.
InVision Human Services Update on COVID-19
InVision continues to actively monitor all information and changes regarding coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Finance Department Promotions
Vice President of Finance Shawn Ryan adds new leadership and promotes from within.
How to Fit Activity into Your Lifestyle
The first in a five-part series, let’s discuss the barriers to more active lifestyles and how we can overcome them.
New Employee Benefits Announced at InVision
InVision is excited to introduce new cost-savings programs for all our hard-working employees.
4 Tips to Stay Healthy This Winter
The flu is rough. Read on for a few tips to avoid getting sick this flu season and all year long.
New Recruiting Solution Unveiled at InVision
UltiPro Recruiting offers a simplified and more personal approach to finding jobs with InVision.
InVision Human Services Welcomes New Vice President of Finance
Shawn Ryan brings a wealth of experience in nonprofit finances to InVision.
InVision Gives Back with Giving Tree
Making the holidays brighter for the people we support, one gift at a time.
InVision Behavioral Health Welcomes New Director
Dr. Greisler, a 20-year mental health field veteran, shares his vision for IBH.