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P G Chambers School

15 Halko Dr,
Cedar Knolls NJ 07927
(862) 260-4132
At P.G. Chambers School, "discovering potential" is an important part of our mission, inspiring us to provide the best, most comprehensive educational and therapy programs for children with special needs. Founded in 1954, P.G. Chambers School offers a wide range of educational and therapeutic programs designed to help children with learning, physical, speech and language, and sensory disorders develop the skills they need to realize their unique talents and capabilities. The School has a range of program offerings specifically designed for children from birth to age 22 years. The P.G. Chambers School mission is to help children lead fuller, more productive lives, develop confidence in their own abilities, and engage as fully and as frequently in the community at large. Our organization is revolutionizing the role of private schools in the community by offering programs that start in infancy and run through a child's teenage years; include children with and without special needs whenever possible; involve parents as active decision makers; and, most important, are individually tailored around the unique learning styles and needs of each child and family. At P.G. Chambers School, we take every opportunity to discover the unique potential within every child. Each year, P.G. Chambers School provides services both on- and off-site for more than 600 children with special needs and their families from a nine-county area of northern New Jersey. Its programs reach children of all ages including infants at risk for developmental disabilities; school-age children eligible for special education services; and children diagnosed with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, seizure disorders, autism, communication disorders, and other disabilities. P.G. Chambers School employs more than 100 professionals and support staff who work closely together implementing an integrated, interdisciplinary approach across all programs and services. A multi-million dollar operating budget is supported by a diversified funding stream from fees and tuitions, government and private grants, and contributions. Although the organization operates from a fairly stable and secure financial base, it must rely on the continued financial support from individual donors, foundations, and corporations in order to provide services for all children in need of help, without regard to their family's ability to pay.P.G. Chambers School is a private, nonprofit, tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code
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