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Since 1949, Cerebral Palsy of Westchester has been the leading non-profit organization in Westchester and Fairfield County, providing essential educational services, direct services, vocational training, recreation, rehabilitation and advocacy to children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.

Cerebral Palsy of Westchester was founded by a dedicated network of volunteers, helping disabled children access medical treatments and services that were just becoming available in area hospitals. One volunteer, Martie Osterer, recognized the need for a strong organization with structure and financial stability,…

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Mission & Vision

We believe and advocate that….
All children and adults with disabilities have a fundamental right to public education that prepares them to function as independently as possible. Each child with a disability is entitled to the opportunity to live and grow within their family, and that advocacy and service must be truly family-centered, rather than focused exclusively on the individual. People with disabilities have the right, desire and ability to shape their own destinies…

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Today CPW hosted our annual “Celebration of Life” The Julius Horsford Gardening Contest at The David G. Osterer Center at 11:00 a.m. Thank you to all those who supported our event. Your generosity makes such a difference. Our sponsor is TD Bank. In kind donors include Amodio's Nursery, Sam Bridge Nursery & Greenhouses, LLC, Floral Fashions, and Rosedale Nurseries.

All proceeds go to CPW's Adaptive Gardening Program. Not only is this program fun for our individuals; we feel that it’s important to provide our children and adults with a program that offers education, therapy, fun and enjoyment of the outdoors. Children and adults plant and grow flowers, vegetables, and herbs and maintain them through the changing seasons. Our employees and program participants are doing their part in making this event successful. For the past few months our children, adults, and employees have been diligently tending to their gardens.
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CPW would like to thank TD Bank, the sponsor of The Celebration of Life Garden Contest on Wednesday, July 19th at the David G. Osterer Center!

All proceeds go to Cerebral Palsy of Westchester’s Adaptive Gardening Program. Not only is this program fun for our individuals; we feel that it’s important to provide our children and adults with a program that offers education, therapy, fun and enjoyment of the outdoors.
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The Jimmy Vejar #Summer Fun program is in full swing! Just this past week, participants and staff have already had a painting party, visited the Bronx Zoo, went bowling, and attended a Rockland Boulders Game. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are $400 from reaching our $6,000 goal to support children & young adults attending Jimmy Vejar #Summer Fun this year! Please take a moment and visit CPW's Go Fund Me page: goo.gl/p6XxJ0

“All of this could not happen without the dedicated and hardworking staff they are truly the best!” – JVSF Parent

“I have spent 8 summers with JVSF and each summer has been better than the last. This summer has been one of the best!” – JVSF Attendee

Please donate to support kids attending Summer Fun this year. It costs $6,000 per person and it’s so important to our families and participants who look forward to it each year. We’ll make every dollar count to create an experience our participants won’t forget. Every child should have the opportunity to have summer fun like their peers.
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Cerebral Palsy of Westchester updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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