DECEMBER 16, 2022
Advocate and Director of Residential Services Stephanie Davidson has been lauded for her 30-year career at LRSS supporting people with developmental disabilities, receiving the 2022 Martha Glennan Disability Inclusion and Equality Award from the Fairfax Area Disability Service Board.
DECEMBER 14, 2022
Langley Residential Support Services is elated to share the news that our own Stephanie Davidson received the esteemed honor of being recognized by the Disability Services Board of Fairfax County with the 2022 Martha Glennan Disability Inclusion and Equality Award in the individual category. Davidson received the award in a ceremony Monday, Dec 12 with LRSS families, board, and staff there to cheer her on.
JUNE 17, 2022
LRSS was featured in Kristen's Kudos on Great Day Washington showing our residents and program participants bouncing back to normal activities.
MAY 6, 2022
The Junior League of Washington recently presented grant funding to support the purchase of a new refrigerator as Langley Residential Support Services works to fill some critical funding gaps to carry out repairs and major systems replacements at one of its five group homes serving adults with developmental disabilities in Fairfax County.
APRIL 29, 2022
Langley Residential received a $1,000 grant from the Junior League of Washington to replace a refrigerator at a Fairfax County group home.
SEPTEMBER 2, 2021
In the Morning Notes section, local nonprofit names its new leader. Langley Residential’s board hired Maureen K. Gum as executive director after she served as interim executive director.
AUGUST 31, 2021
Vienna-based Langley Residential Support Services, a nonprofit serving adults with developmental disabilities, has named a new executive director. Langley Residential's board hired Maureen K. Gum as executive director after she served as interim executive director.
AUGUST 30, 2021
Maureen Gum, who has served as interim executive director of Vienna-based Langley Residential Support Services since spring, has been tapped for the permanent position.
MAY 7, 2021
A donation from the Narang Foundation will cover the cost of critical repairs at group homes for people with developmental disabilities.
MAY 7, 2021
The McLean-based Narang Foundation has donated $15,000 to Langley Residential Support Services toward its operations to help Fairfax County adults with developmental disabilities.
MAY 6, 2021
A major gift from the Narang Foundation has jumpstarted a donation campaign to address critical needs in Langley Residential's group homes for adults with developmental disabilities.
APRIL 21, 2021
"Great Day Washington" host Kristen Berset-Harris interviews a LRSS resident and our board chair a year later into the pandemic about all the challenges we've overcome.
MARCH 31, 2021
A caring home for those with disabilities: Langley Residential Support Services is among the thousands of group homes in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia metro region for adults with developmental disabilities. "Hopefully, you'd never know that our house is a group home," Betsy Schatz told The Beacon during an interview earlier this year, because they're "regular houses in regular neighborhoods."
JULY 21, 2020
Langley Residential Executive Director Betsy Schatz is interviewed for fifteen minutes by the Democratic Business Council of Northern Virginia.
JULY 20, 2020
One of our residents, our executive director, our board chair, and one of our extremely generous donors are all interviewed in this Connection Newspapers story.
JULY 8, 2020
Langley Residential Executive Director Betsy Schatz discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the organization's people and finances with the Tysons Reporter.
JUNE 3-5, 2020
Langley Residential receives a very generous contribution from the McLean-based Narang Family Foundation. Foundation board member and local businessman RJ Narang and Langley Residential Executive Director Betsy Schatz are quoted.
MARCH 31, 2020
Langley Residential is profiled on the “Great Day Washington” morning show on WUSA-TV Channel 9. Anchor Kristen Berset interviews our Board Chair Doug Duvall, who is Assistant Vice President of Communications at Amtrak. It’s only a few minutes long, so we hope you will get a chance to check it out.