Fraser has been serving children and families for over 75 years and is recognized as an innovator in serving those with special needs. Fraser involves the entire family - parents and caregivers are the experts when it comes to their children.
Each person has unique needs. For example, Fraser clinicians develop treatment plans for individuals with autism spectrum disorders that involves a combination of mental health therapy with rehabilitation treatments to develop skills that can be used in many different settings. ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) is also offered as one of many therapies that may be recommended.
Fraser provides lifelong support for individuals of all abilities. The range of programs and services includes transition services for teens and adults, and housing options that range from supported to independent living.
Other organizations may offer similar services, but few can match the experience and expertise of Fraser. This organization is committed to continuing the legacy of its founder, Louise Whitbeck Fraser, who believed in the potential and value of each and every person.
Part Of The Puzzle “Joshua didn’t speak until he was 3. Six months later, we discovered he could already read,” Jrawin said. “I had lots of fears. But I went from thinking he would be institutionalized to thoughts of scholarships.” Read the story
“Joshua didn’t speak until he was 3. Six months later, we discovered he could already read,” Jrawin said. “I had lots of fears. But I went from thinking he would be institutionalized to thoughts of scholarships.”