During these unprecedented times, we are here for you.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on the capacity of health systems around the world to continue the delivery of essential health services.
The Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County is among the health systems being challenged to maintain preventive and curative services, especially for our most vulnerable populations – people living with disabilities and those with chronic conditions.
the children’s learning center
The Children’s Learning Center has a strong commitment to serving the entire family – mothers, fathers, siblings and grandparents. Family meetings, tours, special events, and social work services are available and designed to support the family network.
medical, therapeutic, and rehabilitation services
The Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County is among the health systems challenged to maintain preventive and curative services, especially for people living with disabilities and those with chronic conditions.
adult day programs
Exciting and innovative programs which offer adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to find achievement and satisfaction on a very personal level by providing opportunities for them to develop life skills and abilities.
residential life services
This program operates a variety of living options including Intermediate Care Facilities, Individualized Residential Alternatives and Independent Living Environments with a wide array of support services.
Supports include adaptive skill development, assistance with activities of daily living (hands-on), community inclusion and relationship building, and more.
In light of the year 2020 and all we have endured through a global Pandemic, and now in 2021 feeling optimistic about improving conditions, the new tagline, “Moving Forward Together” has taken on even more significance and meaning.
Com Hab staff continue to face challenges finding activities suitable to meet the needs of the individuals in the program.
March 9-12 was at CP Nassau! 157 vaccines were administered to people with disabilities affiliated with our programs, some direct support professionals participated too!