About Us: Developmental Disabilities Programs at Frazer Center
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About Us

The Frazer Center fosters inclusive communities where children and adults, with and without disabilities, gather, learn, and flourish. This is who we are.

Inclusion Matters

The heart of Frazer’s mission is inclusion. We are committed to fostering educational, vocational, and social opportunities for people with developmental disabilities, recognizing the gifts and talents of every individual, nurturing an appreciation for diversity, and creating a stronger, more inclusive community.

Our Guiding Principles

  • We value every individual as a member of the community.
  • We strive for excellence in every aspect of our work.
  • We are committed to advocacy and research on behalf of the community we serve.
  • We are faithful stewards of all the resources entrusted to our care: human, natural, and economic.
  • We are committed to building and deepening partnerships knowing we cannot do this alone.

Our staff is comprised of 100 professionals, all of whom are committed to building more inclusive communities. While the majority of our children live in the immediate neighborhoods (Lake Claire, Druid Hills, Kirkwood, and Decatur), our adults live throughout the five counties of the Metro-Atlanta area (DeKalb, Fulton, Cobb, Clayton,
and Gwinnett).

We value every individual as a member of the community.

  • Establish best practice standards for every level of our work.
  • Live it—demonstrate what an inclusive community can be.
  • Get the “well-kept secret” out there.
  • Build and support an environment shaped by nurture, welcome, and respect.
  • Enhance our financial health and diversify our funding portfolio.


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