What Schreiber Means to Me
“I think it’s only because of his therapists and Schreiber that it always just felt like he could accomplish anything. Every single person we’ve come into contact with here has been so invested in him personally. There’s not even enough thanks in the world.”
– Kelcy Waller
Mother of Brooks Waller
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.
Work with a therapist to develop an individualized, goal-oriented approach to meet the needs of your child.
Attend a Special Event, listen to a guest speaker, or take advantage of recreational and social opportunities for children.
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.
June, 02 2023 - June, 04 2023
41st Annual Softball Weekend Hit a home run for the kids... at Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development's 41st Annual Softball.…
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July, 01 2022 - September, 10 2023
Rubber Duckie Race
Rubber Duckie Festival: Great food, games and more! Want to contribute to Schreiber without buying any Duckies? Click on this…
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April 19, 2022
Sam Leon-Durkee: Young man with a plan
Sam Leon-Durkee’s cerebral palsy makes it hard for him to walk or hold a pencil to write his name. But it has done nothing to hinder his social development. He’s a talker, a natural storyteller with a vivid imagination and a quick sense of humor. His mom Casey Trone said Sam wants to work at Marvel Comics in New York City.
“I think he’s going to single-handedly write the next Marvel movie,” she said.Read All Schreiber Stories