February’s Care Committee Teacher of the Month

Congratulations to Mr. Jim Peas 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 parents said about Mr. Jim:We are new to the Frazer Center, and Mr. Jim has gone out of his way to make us feel welcome and informed. We have experience ... Read More...

Inclusion Matters – January 2017

 Inclusion Matters will be delivered to your inbox each month. Have topics you'd like to see covered or questions you'd like answered? Let us know!A remarkable Frazer student reminds us why children of all abilities benefit from an inclusive, high-quality early education. Take a moment to meet Alexandra "Zandy", a two-year-old born with Fibular Hemimelia that is thriving at the Frazer Center. Read the story on our ... Read More...

Gardens & forests for all to enjoy

Gardens & forests for all to enjoy Community green spaces continue to prosper at the Frazer Center... The Frazer Center's gorgeous natural landscape continued to unveil its treasures in 2016. The Cator Woolford Gardens were proud to host 43 wedding parties, plus 15 business meetings, fundraisers, film shoots and community events. They also provided the setting for Frazer's record-breaking fundraiser, Goodness in the Gardens, and hosted other noteworthy events like ... Read More...

Beyond the Frazer Center

Beyond the Frazer Center How the Frazer Center prepared a family for the next big step... When Kennedy attended the Frazer Center's Pre-K two years ago her laughter and smile were a constant source of enjoyment. She brightened everyone's day. Then, as all kids do, she continued to grow until it was time for her next big adventure... kindergarten and her formal education.According to her parents, Reshell and Karla, the Frazer Center's inclusive education model ... Read More...

Board Member. Employee. Friend

Alicia Day, a participant in the Frazer Center's Adult Program, had a busy 2016. She joined Frazer's Board of Directors as an ex-officio member in July after completing a training program led by Georgia State University's Center for Leadership in Disability. The program, "My Voice. My Participation. My Board", prepares people with disabilities for leadership on boards and advisory councils. Alicia also received a scholarship to attend the Georgia Winter Institute in Columbus, GA, where she led a ... Read More...

This is Alexandra, she goes by “Zandy”

Early Education for All A remarkable two-year-old shows us why... Zandy was born with a congenital defect known as Fibular Hemimelia. This means that she was born without a fibula and a shortened, bowed tibia. In order for her to be able to walk both her legs would have to be amputated below the knees. Shortly after she was born, developmental delays became evident due to her birth defect. She also developed a minor throat issue that required surgery at three months old. In ... Read More...