covid-19 safety & guidance
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County has established numerous guidelines to keep our students, adults with disabilities and our staff as safe as possible during these unprecedented times. Please note that these are general guidelines as every scenario, with all the mitigating factors, experienced and reported during this pandemic, cannot be covered in the manuals for the Agency or for each program. As such, the Agency’s Medical Director is frequently consulted to determine the best path to follow to meet our goal of minimizing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. It is important to note that depending upon the current environment/circumstances; guidelines may be altered for the health of the individuals and the staff.
For further information regarding specific programs please contact:
Department of Health NY Forward Safety Plan
Karen Geller-Hittleman, Assistant Executive Director, 516-378-2000, ext. 215
The Children’s Learning Center
Kevin Loughlin, Principal, 516-378-2000, ext. 260
Adult Day Services
Sharon Rothstein, Director Adult Day Services, 516-378-2000, ext. 336
Paul Lowry, Director Residential Services, 516-378-2000, ext. 360
Medical & Therapeutic Services
Ellen Naidus, Director Clinic Services, 516-378-2000, ext. 285
the latest news in Covid-19 Guidance
Frontlines: The Vaccine Issue – Individuals with Disabilities Able to Get Vaccine at CP Nassau Facility
U.S. Homeland Security delivered enough vials of the Moderna vaccine for 4 days of appointments scheduled at CP Nassau for adults associated with our programs.
Best wishes to you and your family and friends for a safe and happy Thanksgiving! CP Nassau gives thanks FOR YOU!
We will all remember the year 2020 as the year that changed the way we live, shop, entertain, work and play. It is the year that has pushed many of us to our limits.