Center for Creative Works

The Center for Creative Works is a unique, creative day service program with a focus on arts and arts based skill-building, education, in-house generated vocational opportunities and community involvement for people with developmental/intellectual disabilities. Opportunities and choices are offered throughout the day on many levels of involvement from growth and promotion of personal bodies of artwork to skill building. At the Center for Creative Works, we are committed to an environment in which our folks learn, engage, create, and take ownership and pride in their work and in their place in the community. The Center for Creative Works was formerly the Lower Merion Vocational Training Center.

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Kelly, an artist who is deaf and blind, finds a new way to communicate at RHD’s Center for Creative Works. Since 2011, artist Kelly Brown has been weaving sculptures at CCW, using her entire body to create pieces that have been exhibited across the country.


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Program Start Year

  • 1972

Coordinator(s)

  • Lori Bartol, Director

Contact Information

  • phone 610-642-9101
  • fax 610-896-1586
  • email lorib@rhd.org
  • location 241 E. Lancaster Avenue
    Wynnewood, PA 19096

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