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Melmark was established in 1966 by Paul and Mildred Krentel whose youngest child, Melissa, was born with Down syndrome. They started in their own home, and with courage, faith and vision, as well as the support of friends and associates, grew Melmark to what we are today: a residence, school, medical facility and rehabilitation center on 80 acre country campus in Berwyn, PA, and community residences, as well as other programs, in Massachusetts.
Our mission is to maximize the growth and independence of children and adults with developmental disabilities in environments that provide for a meaningful life.

"All services or programs offered by Melmark, Inc. are available to all without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability."
The Top 10 Reasons to Work at Melmark, Inc.

1. Play an integral part in a clinical multi-disciplinary team, partnering with behavioral, physical, occupational, speech, aquatic, and equestrian therapists, as well as medical personnel.

2. Learn principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis by formal and informal training sessions, workshops, conferences and daily experience.

3. Seize opportunities for professional growth and development.

4. Benefit from opportunities to participate in research.

5. Enjoy the satisfaction of improving the life of an individual and see him/her progress.

6. Gain valuable training from clinical professionals.

7. Take advantage of tuition reimbursement.

8. Garner valuable career mentoring through expert professionals.

9. Learn more about the Human Services field.

10. Learn effective teaching methods and ways to evaluate these methods for individuals with Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, and Acquired Brain Injury.
If you want specific information about our programs please call or e-mail us to:

For those who wish an individual tour, we are happy to accommodate you. The real beauty of Melmark, inside and out, is best seen in person.

Call us to arrange a visit!

(610) 353 1726 Ext. 4969