BELLEVILLE, NJ--(Marketwired - Oct 2, 2013) - 1st Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey, a highly-acclaimed, non-profit private school for students with disabilities, today announced the launch of the organization's new website. A pioneer in providing education, treatment and recreation for individuals with all types of special needs, the organization's new website is a one stop resource for education, therapy and special programs to assist with the development of special needs children. The new site can be accessed at www.cerebralpalsycenter.org.
A complete rebranding of the 1st Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey online presence, the new design reflects the organization's mission to assist all students with special needs to lead more active and productive lives. Featuring a user-friendly interface, streamlined navigation and fresh design, the site boasts information about clubs, sports programs, and the extended school year program offered at the school -- programs that many traditional schools don't offer students.
"We have a long rich history and are proud to provide students with unique learning experiences that will enable them to reach their highest potential," said 1st Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey Executive Director Patrick Colligan. "Our old site was outdated and didn't reflect the vision of our school. The new site will be a valuable tool for communicating with current and potential new students as well as recruiting talented people that would be a welcome addition to our family." The new website was designed by The CBK Group at Digital Marketing Agency in East Rutherford, NJ, www.cbkgroup.com.
An open house is scheduled for Thursday, October 17. Anyone interested in learning more about the school is welcome to attend.
About 1st Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey
Conveniently located next to Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville, New Jersey, the 1st Cerebral Palsy of New Jersey school is committed to enriching the lives of students with special needs. All services are designed to facilitate cognitive, neuromuscular, sensory motor, speech and language growth. The student population includes children diagnosed with developmental delays, cerebral palsy, autistic spectrum disorder, hyperactivity, sensory integration dysfunction, speech and communication disorders and various orthopedic diagnoses. More information is available on the organization's website at www.cerebralpalsycenter.org.