InVision Human Services acquires Long Run Children's Learning Center

InVision Human Services announced that it has acquired Long Run Children’s Learning Center, a White Oak preschool and daycare center that provides special programming for children with typical abilities, as well as for children with disabilities.

Long Run Children’s Learning Center was founded in 1962 and currently employs up to 20 people. According to InVision founder, president and CEO Ruth Siegfried, the preschool has maintained an excellent reputation and market presence in the communities it serves, so Long Run will continue to operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of InVision.

“As we continue to look for ways to diversify, we are very pleased to be able to expand our services into preschool programming. The fit with Long Run could not have been better, and their addition will help us ensure continuity and quality across the broadening spectrum of human services,” said Siegfried.

InVision Human Services provides highly customized support services for persons with challenging and often multiple disabilities, such as cognitive, developmental, environmental, physical or intellectual disabilities, as well as conditions that are neurological and psychiatric, like autism spectrum disorders. Founded as a non-profit organization in 1992, the company has an annual budget of $25 million and now employs nearly 400 people through Pennsylvania, including it’s Leesport operations.