Happy Birthday, Frazer Center!
75 years ago, one mother said NO to institutionalizing her daughter with cerebral palsy and YES to creating a more inclusive life for her instead.
On January 3, 1949, thanks to Anita Lane and her mother Anne’s determination, Frazer Center began serving children with cerebral palsy.
Our vision has expanded, but INCLUSION remains at the heart of our story.
From our inclusion nature-based early education to our refugee intern program, from our supported employment program to our community access programs for adults with disabilities, Frazer Center continues to carry the torch that Anne and Anita lit in 1949.
This January, our amazing staff celebrated with a scrumptious cake from Taste of Cakery.
Here’s to 75+ more years of INNOVATION and INCLUSION!