Outta the Mouths of Mom’s and Dad’s

Pictured: The Hinkaty Family

Every now and then, more now than then, we hear a parent or sibling express how GiGi’s Playhouse Westchester has changed their lives.  Here are 2 such comments:

“I was happy to find a place where I could talk to other parents. I didn’t feel alone and GiGi’s Playhouse made me feel comfortable with my son’s diagnosis.”  Anonymous

“Meg loves to meet her friends here at GiGi’s. This year she will have the opportunity to be tutored for the second time in the Literacy program. She is excited to start next week. I also love to meet all the parents to share knowledge and stories.”  Margaret

This is a sample of why we do what we do here at GiGi’s Playhouse Westchester.  We Do Change Lives by always believing that something amazing will happen for all our GiGi’s families.

Wishing everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year!


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