They achieve the unimaginable each and every day.
They are the children and adults of McGuire Memorial — individuals who are severely physically and developmentally challenged.
At McGuire Memorial, every individual served is loved, supported, and encouraged to reach their fullest potential. For no matter the severity or extent of one's disability, McGuire Memorial strives to let each and every person in their care live life to the fullest.
At the very heart of McGuire's mission is the belief in the sacredness of life from conception to death. McGuire Memorial believes that every person is a unique gift of God, is created for a sacred purpose, and is able to attain a fullness of life.
Inspired and guided by these principles, McGuire Memorial treats each and every individual with dignity and respect. Helping them achieve their hopes, dreams, and desires. Helping them experience a fullness of life.
A ministry of the Felician Sisters of North America, McGuire Memorial is a not-for-profit, non-denominational facility that has, since 1963, served those who are physically and developmentally challenged. Located in Western Pennsylvania, McGuire Memorial has created a unique program that includes the care of those with profound disabilities. Known for its care and commitment to those they serve, McGuire Memorial is synonymous with the highest quality of care of individuals with intellectual disabilities and/or physical disabilities.
The professional, interdisciplinary staff of McGuire Memorial is uniquely expert in serving those with a range of disabilities — from those with severe developmental and physical disabilities, to those with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities.
Residential, educational, medical, and adult training services are available with individualized programs in settings designed for each individual at their particular level.
McGuire Memorial offers a variety of services to help those who are disabled live lives full of meaning and purpose: