In 1958, Ruth Birch, frustrated that her son — who struggled with dyslexia — wasn’t being provided an adequate education, began homeschooling him at her kitchen table. In a matter… Read More
Adapt Program focused on helping clients integrate and engage with community Over 50 adults living in Winchester who have complex intellectual and developmental disabilities call Grafton Health Network, home, and view… Read More
In January 2018, Grafton’s Adult Day Activities Program Team (ADAPT) was profiled in the Winchester Star. Anyone is just one severe accident away from needing organizations that provide behavioral, educational and… Read More
*This article was originally published on the HuffingtonPost How do you define success? For individuals with intellectual disabilities, establishing goals and measuring success is complex. It requires a thoughtful balance;… Read More
‘I Didn’t Think I Was Good Enough’ Emily May, a 17-year-old from Round Hill, credits Grafton’s therapy program for helping her overcome her depression and anxiety. Many in Loudoun County’s… Read More
By Rebecca Layne March 10, 2011 Years after changing its philosophy on patient care, one local organization is being recognized statewide.
By Rebecca Layne January 8, 2011 Cody Plaster can’t hide his excitement, but it’s difficult for him to express how he feels.
Published: November 5, 2010 Northern Virginia Daily WINCHESTER — Grafton School Inc. has merged with another behavioral health group in Virginia.