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schreiber pediatric rehab center

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Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center

Having kids understand about disabilities!

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VIP
  • Edna F. Schreiber (1901-1999)
  • Edna owned the Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center.
  • Who enjoyed children and loved to help them out when they needed help.
  • Very caring, joyful, happy lady who loved her job more than anything in life.

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the rehab center
The Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center, formerly the Easter Seal Society of Lancaster County.

Has provided services to children and adults with disabilities since 1936.

Schreiber Rehab Center reinforces your trust and confidence to a major commitment to continuously enhance the quality of its services and programs which focus on positive outcomes for the child.

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The Rehab Center

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referral to the center

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Referral to the Center
  • Our Social Services department receives referrals from:
  • Parents or guardians
  • Teachers
  • Physicians and nurses
  • Mental Health/Mental Retardation (MH/MR) early intervention for children birth to age 3 years
  • Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 (IU 13) for those children ages 3 to 5
  • Other agencies in the community

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disabilities at the center
There are many kinds of different disabilities that you can find at this Rehab Center.

Down Syndrome

Aspergers Syndrome

Tourette Syndrome

Fragile X-Syndrome

Physical Handicapped

Mental Retardation

Many more!

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Disabilities at the Center

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  • People with (DS) have an excess or redundancy, of genetic material in their cells, an excess of chromosome 21.
  • Symptoms: Mild Mental Retardation, an upward slant to the eye, flattened facial profile, and small nose.

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asperger s syndrome

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Asperger’s Syndrome
  • Neurological condition on the autistic spectrum. Which is a slight learning disability.
  • Symptoms: May have trouble understanding gestures, body language, and facial expressions.
  • May have difficulty in eye contact, repetitive speech, and anxiety in social situations.

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physically handicapped

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Physically Handicapped
  • Means: being in a wheelchair, cannot do things on their own and need extra help here and there.
  • Might need an aide to be with them at times to help them out getting things that they cannot reach or handle themselves.

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mental retardation

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Mental Retardation

Mental retardation is described as below-average general intellectual function with associated deficits in adaptive behavior that occurs before age 18.

Cause: Can happen whenever. Such as prenatal, birth, any kind of accident.

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how does the rehab help

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How does the rehab help?
  • By helping with physical therapy. Such as moving their arms, and legs everyday to keep them movable.
  • Occupational Therapy works on their motor skills, social skills, and hands on activities for their everyday life.
  • Counseling services works on their emotions, and helps them out in the future with jobs, education, and housing.

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questions

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Questions?

1.Did Ron Heasley own Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center? TrueFalse

2.What disability has an upward slant to the eye, and a small nose?

Aspergers SyndromeDown Syndrome

3.When did Schreiber start providing services?

193619281943

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references for more info
Internet Sources:

http://www.disabilities.com

http://www.Schreiber pediatric.org/about.html

http://www.schreiberpediatric.org

BOOKS:

Turnbull, R. Exceptional Lives, Special Education in Today’s Schools. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Merrill 2002.

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References:for more info.

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the end

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  • Ron Heasley is not the owner of Schreiber Pediatric Rehab Center.
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  • Down Syndrome children have an upward slant to the eye, and a small nose.
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  • 1936 Schreiber started to provide services for disabilities.
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