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Has a DSP made a difference in your life? Here are 5 ways to show your appreciation! Send a note to say thanks. Whether it’s a hand-written card,
The Luckiest Music Teacher in the World: Meet Janice DeLozier “If they come in and request a song – or if they leave happy and singing a song
COVID Vaccine Resource: Moorestown Mall Site Offers Sensory-Friendly Spaces Attention parents — or anyone with special sensory needs who’s planning to get the COVID-19 vaccine: The vaccine “mega-site” at
Staying Home for the Holiday? You Can Still Have Plenty of Fun! As we head toward the unofficial start of summer – the long holiday weekend looks much
As we continue to monitor COVID-19 in the communities we serve, we will be restricting visitor access to all programs beginning Monday, March 16. During this time, we
Many parents know the struggle that can come with getting our kids to bundle up in the colder months. An occupational therapist at The Bancroft School shares strategies
By Molly Voss, DNP, ANP-BC Nurse practitioner, Bancroft and Marcroft The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and celebration. After all, as the song goes…
Who hasn’t taken a dose of headache medicine every now and then? The simple fact is that medication is a part of life for all of us. But
As we face the season’s first big heatwave, Bancroft NeuroRehab’s Rosalie Knapp, BSN, RN, shares tips to protect yourself against the sun’s rays and high heat and humidity.
Bancroft News & Features
It’s award season at Bancroft! Recognize a shining star who’s made a difference today. Do you know an amazing Bancroft team member who is exceptional in his or
Bancroft has named Kellie Goldberg, MS.Ed., BCBA, as Associate Director of the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Center of Excellence. The ABA Center of Excellence is a valuable resource
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