The CARE Committee February Teacher of the Month Is…

Congratulations to Ms. Arielle Stokes for being selected as our February CARE Committee “Teacher 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.Here are some of the things the parents said about Ms. Arielle: “She cares so much about the kids in her class. She writes detailed emails and notes about how my son is progressing. ... Read More...

Goodness in the Gardens: DERBY DAY

WE'RE OFF TO THE RACES! Actually, we’re off to the Cator Woolford Gardens for our annual gala, Goodness in the Gardens with a DERBY DAY theme, so start searching for your fancy hat now. We’ll provide the mint juleps. We’ll also provide an amazing spread from Sun in My Belly, fine wine, craft beer, live music, live and silent auctions, and great times with great people. That’s YOU!NEW THIS YEAR We heard your requests, and in the Derby spirit, we'll have exclusive "trackside" tables, reserved ... Read More...

Supported Employment WORKS

Watch our video to learn about our Supported Employment Program for adults with developmental disabilities. Frazer Center's Supported Employment Program has three levels of support:First, for those who are already working, we provide on-going support to them and their employers to ensure a successful, long-term working relationship.Secondly, we have customized employment, or what could be thought of as a matchmaking service for those who want to get a job but aren’t quite ready yet or ... Read More...

Family Spotlight: The Rachals

The Rachals have been a part of the Frazer Center family for over five years. Chloe Rachal is a kindergartener now, but her schooling began at Frazer when she was just under a year old. Her mom Kristy says Chloe “developed friendships with other children in the infant room, many of whom were classmates…through Pre-K. I can't say enough about how wonderful our Frazer experience was. Her teachers nurtured her and helped her to build skills needed in elementary school and in life ... Read More...

Teaching Inclusion: Caitlin Macon

Caitlin Macon says it’s one thing to talk about being inclusive; it’s another to actually BE inclusive. Her training is in special education, and at Frazer, she loves being able to put her education to use while also being a general teacher in her classroom.All students in her class benefit from inclusion. “We want them to be compassionate adults, and you can’t expect a child to do that without exposure,” she says. Caitlin appreciates the opportunities “to talk about things like what makes ... Read More...

THANK YOU!

You truly shared your love on GA Gives Day/GivingTuesday. BIG THANKS to everyone who stepped up to make a difference in the lives of people of all abilities. Through your generosity, we raised $16,000. Your gift supports things such as inclusive early education programs, meaningful community opportunities for adults with disabilities, and soil and garden supplies to maintain our forest and wheelchair accessible gardens. It truly takes a village, and we're glad you're a part of ours! ... Read More...