The CARE Committee Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to Ms. Cathy Morgan-Davenport and Ms. Karimata Balde for being selected as our CARE Committee Teachers of the Month! The CARE Committee knows that teachers are the heart and soul of every school, and takes great pride in recognizing our incredible teachers here at the Frazer Center, through the voices of the parents.Ms. Cathy is Lead Teacher in the Ocean classroom. Here are some of the things parents said about her: “She has been such a wonderful teacher so far this year ... Read More...

Meet Our New Supported Employment Specialist

Frazer Center is thrilled to have Unondus Walker joining our Adult Program team as Supported Employment Specialist. Unondus grew up in a military family and has lived in many areas of the US as well as Germany, Italy, and the Czech Republic. She graduated from Fayetteville State University in North Carolina with a degree in sociology and a minor in social work. While in college, her intention was to work with children, but her career path led her to the mental health field and ultimately to the ... Read More...

CONGRATULATIONS to Pre-K Teacher Caitlin Macon!

Caitlin Macon, one of Frazer’s Pre-K teachers, has been honored with the 2018 Peggy A. Gallagher Award for Inclusion of Young Children with Special Needs.The award is given by the Georgia Association for the Education of Young Children (GAEYC) to recognize “distinguished service to quality educational improvements for all of Georgia’s children.”“I am beyond honored to receive this award!” says Caitlin. “It feels amazing to be recognized for the emotional investment we put in at our ... Read More...

A Family’s Journey: The Schunior Joneses

Hank was three years old when his parents, Larry Jones and Emily Schunior, started facing new challenges with him. Emily would drop him off at his childcare center, and he would be “clearly anxious and afraid to go there. They’d call us thirty minutes later to come pick him up,” she says. They were noticing that Hank was having trouble regulating his emotions and behavior, and it wasn’t long before he was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder. “He’s very sensory,” says ... Read More...

Meet Our October DSP of the Month

Congratulations to Frazer’s Direct Support Professional of the Month for October, Megan Kennerly!Megan has been a Direct Support Professional (DSP) with the Frazer Center for almost four years. She brings to her work an array of qualifications, but perhaps her greatest gift is her ability to make connections. Megan finds ways to communicate with each individual she works with, whether that person primarily communicates verbally or non-verbally. She gets to know them, their interests, ... Read More...

Meet Our DSP of the Month

Frazer Center’s Adult Program is beginning a new employee recognition program. The Direct Support Professional of the Month is chosen for their professionalism, person-centered planning, quality community outings, thorough documentation, attendance, and general work ethic. Our Direct Support Professionals not only assist people with disabilities in their daily activities, they help provide empowerment, independence, and inclusion to all the adults they serve. Our September DSP of the Month is ... Read More...