Bancroft is a leading regional non-profit provider organization that provides programs and services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and autism, as well as individuals with neurological and developmental challenges.
Bancroft’s mission is that it “profoundly impacts children and adults living with disabilities by delivering high-quality services to empower them to realize their best life.” Their vision is to set “the standard of excellence in services for people with disabilities and professionals in the field through a culture of learning, innovative treatment, and transformational research, all leading to outstanding outcomes.”
Employees & Individuals Served
Bancroft’s team includes 2,700 staff members, and the organization serves 2,500 consumer’s per year.
Headquartered in New Jersey, Bancroft has 200 locations across the northeast, including Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Bancroft provides services for children and adults; home and community services (in-home and in-district); behavioral health services with applied behavior analysis and related graduate training; and neurorehabilitation testing, outpatient therapy, day programs, and residential rehabilitation.
- These services include early intervention, early education, the Bancroft School, residential program for children and adolescents, transition, in-home services, in-district services, and Voorhees Pediatric Facility.
- These services include transitional employment, supported employment, day programs, and community and specialized living options for adult consumers with autism and I/DD.
Home & Community Services
- These services include early intervention, in-home services, in-district services, health care solutions, assistive technology, and respite services.
- These services include Bancroft’s Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Center of Excellence that provides evidence-based therapies for autism, other intellectual and developmental disabilities, brain injury, and severe behavior disorders.
- These services include cognitive rehabilitation therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, psychotherapy, speech and language therapy, vestibular therapy, and LSVT big and loud therapy.
In 2017, Bancroft had $137.9 million in revenue, expenses of $140.1 million, and net assets of $15.6 million. In 2016, Bancroft had $141.4 million in revenue and $139.7 million in expenses. Overall, the organization ended the year with a $1.7 million surplus and net assets of $17.5 million. Comparatively, in 2015, Bancroft had $123.1 million in revenue and $128.0 million in expenses.
The Bancroft School and Education Programs are funded by each student’s school district under the Federal Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA). Children’s Residential Services are funded using a combination of state funding and private pay. Services for Adults with Developmental Disabilities Programs are funded using a combination of state funding and private pay. Bancroft NeuroRehab programs are funded with private insurance, Medicare, the New Jersey TBI Fund, and TRICARE.
- Jane Femia Baider was recently named senior vice president of Bancroft NeuroRehab.
- Patrick Senft was named principal of The Bancroft School in Mt. Laurel, N.J., the flagship program of Bancroft.
- Arthur Anderson was recently named the new chief financial officer.
- Toni Pergolin, MA, CPA, President & Chief Executive Officer
- Arthur Anderson, Chief Financial Officer
- James Carlino, Chief Human Resources Officer
- Karen Lindgren, Ph.D., Chief Clinical Officer
- Judi London, Chief Strategy Officer