For more than five decades, the Cerebral Palsy Association of Middlesex County has been committed to enhancing the lives of persons with disabilities...noble work, but just what does it mean?
For a mother who has given birth to a fragile infant the Association provides a comprehensive early intervention program. The Children's Center remains committed to offering help and hope to the child and family as they struggle to find answers at the most challenging time.
For a child who can neither walk nor speak, the Association provides assistive technology, special education, clinical and medical services. The Lakeview School and Treatment Center remains the program of choice for families from throughout New Jersey. Here again, we have made a difference.
Questions asked by all adults: where will I live, where will I work, what are my hopes and dreams, are just as important to adults with disabilities. Once again, through its adult services division Options - Day & Options - Residential, the Association is making a difference with programs of job training, residential services, counseling, support services and meaningful day programs.
With a dedicated staff of more than 500 employees, in 25 locations throughout the State, and a budget which exceeds $23 million, the Cerebral Palsy Association of Middlesex County is one of the largest not-for-profit agencies of its kind in the nation. Each year, more than 1,000 infants, children and adults with disabilities and their families are helped by the unique continuum of services provided by our Agency.
While the numbers are impressive, our impact on each life is even more meaningful. It is a smile where once there were tears and a bold step forward where once there was uncertainty.
One infant, one child, one adult...one life at a time, it is what we do best.
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