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Another way to move and learn!

By Nancy Altshuler Did you know that it is possible to steer and propel a wheelchair with just one arm?  Some children have the ability to push a wheelchair with

Project Impower (I am Power)

Project Impower (I am Power) By Maria Smith, M.A., Director of Physical Therapy It’s amazing what happens when amazing people collaborate! For the past year, the physical therapists at P.G.

Meet the Infant Staff of Kids Count Child Care!

Kids Count Child Care offers a comprehensive child care program for children six weeks to 5 years of age, where children receive attentive, nurturing care while they develop educational fundamentals

Walk.Run.Fun. 5K!

Thank you to everyone who supported the 6th annual P.G. Chambers School Walk.Run.Fun.5K! With the help of our generous sponsors, P.G. Chambers School hosted another memorable race and we were

Healthy Kids Learn Better!

Healthy Kids Learn Better! By Maureen Kwiatkowski, MPT and Jeanine Gervasio, PT At P.G. Chambers School, we believe that physical fitness is an important part of every student’s education. As

Scoliosis Monitoring Project

By Annie Clayton, PT, DPT, PCS Why do I feel so fortunate to work at P.G. Chambers School?  Because I have been given the opportunity to develop and lead the

Eighteen school days hath November…

  By Janet Michalowski, RN, BSN, CSN, Director of Nursing “Eighteen school days hath November…” and at P.G. Chambers School, we filled those eighteen days with activities supporting our Whole

PGCS Health Fair – “It began with a simple question…”

It began with a simple question… By: Janet Michalowski, RN, BSN, CSN, Director of Nursing “How do we kick off the healthy school initiative in the new school year?” This simple

Your Child Care Search is Over!

Parents who are looking for the right child care solution for their families have varying needs and requirements and many times finding the right “fit” can be difficult. At Kids

It Takes a Special Person

It Takes A Special Person By Emily Jarger “That’s wonderful. It takes a special person to do the work you do.” It’s the most common response, stock -compliment, of my job


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