Special Needs Admissions
In Kimberton Hills, we believe that each person has his or her own unique destiny. Inspired by the teachings of Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner, we try to build an environment that supports each person’s individual striving.
Villagers, adults with developmental disabilities living in Camphill Kimberton, have diverse religious backgrounds, range in age from 23 to 90 years and have a wide variety of mental disabilities from birth or due to cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, Fragile X, other genetic syndromes, autism and brain injuries.
An adult age 21 or over, who has been diagnosed with a so-called developmental disability or intellectual disability, can apply to live at Kimberton Hills. We welcome inquiries to discuss our community and encourage those who are interested to come and visit. You are welcome to tour the community, formally, or visit our Café or one of our cultural events. Admissions-focused tours are given once a month, on the first Friday of the month.
To tour the village or schedule an interview with a resident, call 610-935-3963.
If you are interested in the community, you, a friend, or family member can download the Villager Application Packet and if you have further questions, please call the Admissions Office at 610-935-3963, or e-mail us at email@example.com. We will be happy to explore with you the possibilities of coming to Camphill Kimberton.Villager Application Packet
There are also Camphill communities in Southeast Pennsylvania for children and young adults with disabilities.
Camphill Special School is the only Waldorf school in the United States for children with special needs. The program includes a rich academic curriculum, exploration both in the classroom and out of doors, creative pursuits, therapeutic opportunities, and extended family life.
Camphill Soltane provides the best elements of a college experience for young adults with special needs, and meaningful vocational opportunities for adults with special needs.
For more information about other Camphill communities in North America, visit the Camphill Association of North America’s website.