Supporting Families Collaborative

The Supportive Families Collaborative works to support family friendly/family based delivery of supports and services for people with ID/A that recognize the efficacy of recognizing families as a best practice nexus for delivery of supports and services to people with intellectual disability or autism.

Rob Reid

Rob Reid, Chair

President and Chief Executive Officer
Access Services, Inc.
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Rob Reid came to Access Services in 1980, beginning his career as an entry-level direct support professional. He has worked at Access Services for 36 years in total, with the past 18 years serving as President and CEO. Access Services now provides specialized supports to over 4,700 children and adults in the Eastern Pennsylvania area in partnership with 700 employees, 250 foster families, and over 130 clinicians. Rob earned his Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Eastern University and his Master’s degree in Social Work from the Marywood Graduate School of Social Work. Throughout his career, Rob has been committed to continuing education and has mentored dozens of students across diverse disciplines. Rob founded The Peacemaker Center in Chester County. He also serves on the William Penn Human Services Board, the Bucks County Quality Leadership Board, and is currently serving as the Vice Chairperson for the Eagle Health Insurance Trust. Rob has skillfully led Access Services through various phases of transition, change, and growth through his vision and example. For more than ten years, Rob and his family opened their own home as Foster Care and Lifesharing providers. Rob’s commitment to celebrating the distinct value of individuals of all abilities has made Access Services a provider of choice in eleven Eastern Pennsylvania counties and an employer of choice for hundreds of individuals as well. Rob resides in Downingtown, Pennsylvania with his wife Judy and their three children where they are active members of the Calvary Fellowship Church.