The Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County, Inc. (CP Nassau
) is an independent, not-for-profit health agency serving over 1,800 children and adults with cerebral palsy, developmental and other disabilities. The Association, founded in 1948, operates a comprehensive Treatment and Rehabilitation Center in Roosevelt, New York which has earned international recognition for innovative and high quality programs. Many state-of-the-art services are provided in the Fortunoff Treatment and Rehabilitation Center and other areas of the facility.
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Discover the world of CP Nassau– one where dedicated staff are helping children and adults with disabilities move past their limitations.
The year was 1945 and an ad in a community newspaper read “The Spastic Paralysis Society of Long Island will meet at Lynbrook High School. All those with similar problems are welcome to attend.” So it began…
Follow our journey – from practical to political, from heartwarming to cautionary, in these in-depth annual reports.
The Leadership of CP Nassau
Albert T. Jaronczyk
President, Board of Directors
EVP, Board of Directors
Assistant Executive Director
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