Rutgers Women’s Basketball Honors Children’s Specialized Hospital

NEW BRUNSWICK–Rutgers women’s basketball head coach C. Vivian Stringer stops for a photo after a recent win with several patients and staff from PSE&G Children’s Specialized Hospital at the Rutgers Athletic Center in Piscataway. Tuesday night’s game was dedicated to Children’s Specialized and wheelchair athletes performed a 4×4 wheelchair basketball exhibition at half time. The first 1,000 fans received free rally towels promoting the upcoming Walk n’ Roll on May 19 in Johnson Park, Piscataway. Coach Stringer is the honorary chair for this year’s Walk n’ Roll. For more information, or to sign up, visit (Photo credit: Rutgers Athletics)

Children’s Specialized Hospital is the preeminent provider of rehabilitation services for children with special needs. The hospital serves children affected by brain injury, spinal cord injury, premature birth, autism, developmental delays, and life-changing illnesses. Children’s Specialized Hospital has eight sites in New Jersey and treats 19,000 children each year, making it the largest pediatric rehabilitation system of its kind in the nation. Services include outpatient services, acute rehabilitation, and long-term care through its sites in Bayonne, Clifton, Mountainside, Toms River, Fanwood, Hamilton, New Brunswick and Roselle Park as well as outreach programs in many communities.

Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation supports the programs and services of the hospital. The Foundation is ranked among the top six pediatric hospital foundations in the country. To help, or find more information, visit

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