Bancroft | One World For Everyone

Bancroft Mission

Bancroft provides opportunities to children and adults with diverse challenges to maximize their potential.

Introducing Bancroft’s
Newest STAR


On Tuesday, May 10, the New Jersey Association of Community Providers honored Trent DeLorenzo with a 2016 STAR Award. Trent, who resides in a South Jersey Group Home, was honored for overcoming obstacles throughout the year and working hard to become a happier, healthier, more independent young man. To learn more about the NJACP STAR Awards, click here.

Staff Spotlight: Linda Miller


What parents of children with autism worry about most [INFOGRAPHIC]


A Beautiful Mind

Read Bancroft’s A Beautiful Mind column, as seen twice monthly in the Courier Post:Read Bancroft's A Beautiful Mind column, as seen twice monthly in the Courier Post

Bancroft’s 2015 Annual ReportAR

In the News

Christmas in June at Bancroft School at Voorhees Pediatric Facility


It was a beautiful sunny day in June, when the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 56 arrived with gifts for the staff and students at The Bancroft School at Voorhees Pediatric Facility (VPF). Thank you to the FOP’s enormous heart and the generosity of the community. They donated a 3 D printer,and materials,  a recumbent seating system, and assistive technology devices.  The FOP Lodge 56 members have been a long time supporter of our school at VPF and truly have made a difference in the lives of our students by providing us resources to enhance the educational opportunities of our students.

Bancroft Acquires
Independence Rehab of Cherry Hill for NeuroRehab Division

Bancroft NeuroRehab w_o Butterfly

Bancroft News: Autism Sensitivity Training for Police

Toni Pergolin and Officers

Bancroft kicked off a year-long commitment to train police in techniques to deescalate situations involving individuals with autism. More than ten regional media outlets covered the event at Camden County Police Headquarters. Click for learn more, and to request information on scheduling a training in your town.


What to Look for in a School

Special Ed School Photo

Assistive Technology (AIT)

Assistive Instructional Technology provides children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities, such as autism, a vehicle to express themselves. At Bancroft, nearly 40 percent of students at the Bancroft School use augmentative communication devices that allow them to express choice, wants and needs. Learn more here.

Stories of Hope

Triumph Over Stroke: One Couple’s Road to Recovery with Bancroft NeuroRehab


[Video] Daniel’s Story:
Opening a World of Possibility

Overcoming Fear:
A Family’s Journey with Behavior Modification

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Just Be…Khalilah


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A parent’s blog series.

A parent’s blog written by the parents of students attending The Bancroft School.

In our own words, we want to share our experiences about our incredibly special children. It isn’t easy, it isn’t always positive, but it is rewarding, loving, and provides more meaning to the world than we ever imagined. Here is where we can BE one. Here is where we will BE a part of Bancroft.


Upcoming Events

Supporting Bancroft
Time to Get in Gear!
The 3rd Annual Bike for Bancroft
Now accepting early registration!

Sunday, October 9, 2016
New Location!
ARI in Bishops Gate
4001 Leadenhall Road, Mount Laurel
Click here for more information and to register.

Professional Development
Bancroft NeuroRehab’s “Heads-Up” Webinar Series


Maximizing Movement: Cueing Strategies that Improve Outcomes
Date: Wednesday, June 29, 12-1 pm


Gait and mobility deficits are difficult to treat in individuals with Parkinson’s disease and can hinder quality of life. Incorporating auditory, visual and tactile cueing into rehabilitation can have a powerful impact on improving amplitude and efficiency of movement.

Presented by: Dr. Carolyn Tassini & Dr. Amanda Wu

Click here to register.

Special Education

Bancroft’s nationally recognized school is currently accepting applications for the 2015-2016 school year. Located on Bancroft’s main campus in picturesque Haddonfield, N.J., the program helps students to achieve their maximum level of independence, productivity and fulfillment. Apply today as space is limited! Contact Pat Reid at or (856) 348-4007(856) 348-4007.

Family Meetings and Events

Location: 3900 Church Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Date:May 11-June 29
Time: Wednesdays 5:30 P.M. to 6:30 P.M.
To register call 844-234-VETS or email

Brain Injury Association Support Group at Bancroft NeuroRehab.

Location: 3900 Church Road, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Contact: Kristin Lukianovich, 856-616-6431856-616-6431
Time: 6:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.
The support group is the third Monday of every month.

Other Program Meeting Dates Will Be Announced Soon.