A great intro to Cerebral Palsy of Westchester

Lorrie Stapleton

Gerhard and I dropped off some great children's books today for the new library at Cerebral Palsy of Westchester's school in Rye Brook and we were treated to a tour of CPW's extensive facilities by Tenisha Neil-Robinson, School Social Worker.

This incredible school provides personalized programs for 66 disabled students aged 5-21 and is just a small part of the extensive disability related services and programs available. CPW also provides day care, pre-school, transition services, vocational training, job coaching, adult programs, residential programs, and a wide range of recreational activities for all ages.  

We got a good sense for the type of books their students love and we'll be back soon to deliver more books.  

Books provided by Greenwich Recycling Book Swap