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What Schreiber Means to Me

“Our experience at Schreiber has been nothing short of life changing. Both of my kids have come here, and they are who they are and can do what they do because of what their therapists have done for them.”

– Nicole Brubaker

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The Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development serves more than 4,000 children every year. We provide outpatient and in-home pediatric therapy services, including occupational, physical and speech-language therapy, for children birth to age 21. We also offer high-quality early education preschool and child care services, recreation programs, summer camps and specialized classes for parents. In 2020, we added behavioral health services. At Schreiber, we see every child's unique capabilities and help them achieve their fullest potential.

Services

Work with a therapist to develop an individualized, goal-oriented approach to meet the needs of your child.

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Events

Attend a Special Event, listen to a guest speaker, or take advantage of recreational and social opportunities for children.

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Support

Make a difference in a child’s life. Give the gift of time by volunteering, join us at an upcoming event or make a donation today.

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Upcoming Events

July, 01 2021 - September, 12 2021

Rubber Duckie Race

33rd Annual Rubber Duckie Race & Festival Sunday, Sept. 122-5:30 p.m.Lancaster County Park RAIN or SHINE! Great food, pony,…
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November, 19 2021 - November, 19 2021

Extraordinary Give

24 hours of online giving to celebrate Lancaster County nonprofits and philanthropy Schreiber will participate in the 2021…
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May 27, 2021

Harold Gainer and Bob Race: A memorable team at Softball Weekend

Harold Gainer and Bob Race were a couple of retired cops with a soft spot for kids. They were two of the most dedicated volunteers for Schreiber’s Softball Weekend. This year’s event will be the first since the two old friends passed away in September of 2020. The tournament has been renamed to honor them both.

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