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What Schreiber Means to Me

“(Keagan) didn’t say anything when we started. I didn’t know anything about (him). I didn’t know anything about his disability. I didn’t know how to fix it. I didn’t know where to go. But now that I’m at Schreiber, I don’t have that worry anymore. I think he will be everything he wants to be.”

– Stephanie Collman

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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. 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 fundraiser or make a donation today.

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Upcoming Events

August, 21 2020 - August, 23 2020

Softball Weekend

Hit a home run for the kids... at Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development's 38th Annual Softball WeekendRESCHEDULED: Aug. 21…
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September, 13 2020 - September, 13 2020

Rubber Duckie Race and Festival

31st Annual Rubber Duckie Race & FestivalSunday, Sept. 13, 2020Lancaster County Central ParkFestival begins at 2 p.m.Race…
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October, 22 2020 - October, 22 2020

Golf Classic

10th Annual Golf Classic to benefit children with special needs in Central PA NEW COURSENEW TIME AND DATENEW LOWER FEE October,…
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May 18, 2020

Schreiber resumes in-person
therapy visits

In some ways, the process at Schreiber on Wednesday seemed familiar. Kelly Grant stopped at the makeshift front desk, her son Keegan propped on her hip. She chatted with Lisa Moore while checking in, then headed back with Schreiber therapist Libby Crockart for a physical therapy session. Donna Nelson came with her granddaughter Violet Styer to do speech therapy with Abby Zell.

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