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  • Ninette Jackson first sought out essential oils to help her dad, who suffered from Lou Gehrig's disease. A decade and lot of education later, she has become an essential oil guru. And she's right here in Lancaster County.

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  • Alicia Fleming has known about Schreiber for a long time. She had crossed paths as a high school student, in college, at her first job. But it wasn't until she was pregant with her first child that she knew she would need our services.

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • We talk a lot about how the wait times to receive services at Schreiber have gone way down in the past five years. Velveth Marin, who has been bringing her two young sons to Schreiber for the past four years, has seen the change up close.

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Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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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 developin...

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • The Extraordinary Give is less than two months away. Remember, this is the day of online giving organized by the Lancaster County Community Foundation to support participating central Pennsylvania nonprofits. The past few years, thanks to your generous support, we have been fortunate to finish among the top 10 nonprofits in terms of dollars raised and donations received. With your help, we can do ...

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  • Michelina Pilsner stopped in the middle of Schreiber's parking lot. Schreiber Occupational Therapist Amy Mosteller stood behind her and turned her away from the big truck that was parked nearby. There was a surprise waiting for Michelina.

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • Schreiberpalooza is our annual night of live music and dancing to raise money for the children of Schreiber. There are lots of reason to support the event, to be held Saturday, Sept. 9. Over the next week, we will list the five best reasons.

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • Randall Haines works in security at Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station. He was deployed twice as a captain in the Pennsylvania National Guard. But don't let the tough-guy resume fool you. Randall is just as comfortable sitting down with a bunch of preschoolers to read a book. His book.

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  • If you haven't seen Michael Corretger's adorable little face, yet, you probably will soon. We've kind of adopted him here as the new face of Circle of Friends Academy, our daycare center.

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Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • It would be tempting to look at Shelby Stroman and ask, "Why?" Instead, Shelby's dad, Steve Stroman, looks at his beautiful 2-year-old daughter and says, "What can make her better?"

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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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.

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • Anthony Menendez has been a Schreiber kiddo since he was a year old. For all of his time here, he has been a happy, energetic presence, in our S.T.A.R.S. preschool and during therapy visits. He even spent a year as a Schreiber Ambassador, attending our annual Gala and other fundraising events. He managed all of that despite being born with serious physical challenges, including chronic lung disea...

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Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • We're in the middle of Gala Week here at Schreiber this week. The 35th Annual Gala is Saturday, and there's a lot going on in the final few days. This year's theme, "There's No Place Like Schreiber," has generated a lot of great ideas that we're sure will make this year's party another fun night of raising money for the children of Schreiber. Here's a taste of what's happening this week.

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • Scotty Chappell grimaced as he tried to grip the green putty as hard as he could. "Squeeze as tight as you can -- that's right, tighter!" Laura Cunningham said to 4-year-old Scotty as he crushed the putty. Scotty grunted as he continued to squeeze, and as soon as he saw the putty bulging out between his fingers, a large smile covered his face. "All right, good job!" said Laura, Scotty's occupat...

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • Every kiddo is different. But Schreiber Speech Therapist Katie Woods has seen enough children strugglie with speech and language development that it didn't take her long to identify the issues in one of her current cases.

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • It's not unusual for volunteers to visit Schreiber's Circle of Friends Academy and spend time with the kids. One recent afternoon, the men and women helping at Schreiber were not your typical group.

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  • Chris Yost teaches a new generation of young swimmers

    There's a pretty good chance you've seen Chris Yost at Schreiber, probably in a bathing suit. Chris is one of Schreiber's swim teachers, providing private lessons each week and leading the group lessons for our preschoolers each month.

  • 'Amazing little guy' learning to play with friends

    LJ Hamer, a 5-year-old Schreiber kiddo, chatted noisily next to his grandmother as they waited for a speech therapy session to begin. Sometimes his speech slipped into hard-to-understand phrases or didn't-make-sense chatter, but the smile never left his face.

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Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • With Liz Datorre pushing gently on his back or holding the handle bars of his bike, 4-year-old Juelz Santos slowly pedaled around Schreiber Pediatric's therapy bike path. Without her help, Juelz doesn't have the leg strength to pedal on his own, Liz said.

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  • Donor spotlight: Kathy and Ed Schoenberger

    Retired special education teachers Kathy and Ed Schoenberger of Lititz have supported Schreiber Pediatric for years. But their gift late last year, in support of the Stabler Foundation matching grant for expanding our child care center, was one of the largest of the individual gifts we've received for the grant to date. To make your gift to the Stabler grant fund, visit our Circle of Friends Acad...

  • Bethanie Allen's pirate adventure becomes a book

    Bethanie Allen worked at Schreiber for a few years, starting in 2008 after she graduated from Elizabethtown College. She left in 2010 for family reasons, but she took with her the seed of an idea for a book. She's an occupational therapist, and she had found a way to use a pirate story to teach kids how to tie their shoes. She eventually turned the idea into a story book for kids, "Pirates of the ...

  • Fellenbaum's heroes strike again

    A little more than two years ago, Laurie Fellenbaum's idea to help Schreiber started out as a classrom conversation about empathy and acceptance. Today, that idea is teaching those values and a whole lot more.

  • AMBUCS rides to the rescue

    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.

  • Feeling grateful at the holidays

    There are literally hundreds of individuals and organizations each year that make a financial gift to Schreiber Pediatric. You can see many of them listed in our Annual Report. We thought we'd take a moment during this holiday season to acknowledge a couple by name.

  • Schreiber contributes to crafting book about making weighted blankets

    Schreiber Pediatric recently worked with Susan White Sullivan, a nationally recognized authority in the craft publishing industry, on a crafting book about making weighted blankets and scarves. Our own Bernie Hershey wrote the introduction to the book, "Weighted Blankets, Vests & Scarves: Simple Sewing Projects to Comfort and Calm Children, Teens & Adults." The book was published this month by S...

  • McGyver those election signs for Schreiber kids

    By Becky Smith Occupational Therapist Schreiber Pediatric What's the connection between those outdated campaign yard signs and kids with disabilities? Let me tell you.

  • Thank you for supporting the Extraordinary Give

    It was another remarkable 24 hours of giving Nov. 18 for the Extraordinary Give. Once again, you stepped up and supported Schreiber in a big way.

  • Giving extra for the Extraordinary Give

    The 2016 Extraordinary Give returns Nov. 18. That means another amazing 24 hours of online giving in which Lancaster County becomes a massive party celebrating area nonprofits. Thanks to the Lancaster County Community Foundation for organizing the huge party.

  • Schreiber Stories on video: Elijah Pierce

    Elijah Pierce was born with cerebral palsy and could only pull himself on his belly when he started at Schreiber three years ago.

Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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  • Last week, we released the first official Schreiber music video. This week, we want to introduce the first in a series of four new Schreiber Stories video vignettes.

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Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center
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