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October 10, 2017

The Brenneman boys are all Schreiber boys

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Danielle Brenneman's first son Miles was born with cerebral palsy. He received services from Schreiber starting with early intervention home visits from Schreiber Physical Therapist Kristie Schroeder when he was 6 months old, and began at Schreiber's S.T.A.R.S. Preschool when he was 3. Dani was so happy with all of her experiences, she sent two more boys -- Levi and Issac, both typically developing -- to Schreiber, too.

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May 10, 2017

Summer means camps at Schreiber

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For families that have children with special needs, the idea of a summer camp might seem out of reach.

Here at Schreiber, we make those camps completely reachable.

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January 9, 2017

AMBUCS rides to the rescue

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Among the many tools Schreiber therapists use to help kids with mobility challenges are these specialized adaptive bikes. We have a bunch of them here at the Center. And when it's makes sense, we try to help a few families have these bikes at home, too.

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June 30, 2016

Sophia Robles Finds Hope at Schreiber

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When Malexi Robles noticed something unusual about her daughter's movements, she called Early Intervention for an evaluation. They referred her to the S. June Smith Center, where Sophia received weekly therapy appointments from the age of three months. The Center recognized the signs of cerebral palsy early, but they had to wait until she was 2 years old to give her an official diagnosis.

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