About This Preschool
In 2010, 1st Cerebral Palsy Of Nj had 5 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New Jersey average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
Students Per Teacher (2010)
1st Cerebral Palsy Of Nj Reviews
The 1st Cerebral Palsy of NJ in Belleville, NJ is an amazing school. The amount of therapy the children are provided on an individual bases and all the activities the children are able to be involved in together in a small group is truly a blessing. From Life Skills groups, to sensory-motor groups, speech therapy, occupational therapy (including an impressive OT-gym, physical therapy (including a PT-gym and swimming pool, feeding therapy, yoga, hippo therapy, etc the students are learning in such a fantastic and dynamic way. This school is a hidden gem for all types of disabled children (autistic included), its a shame that more parents and districts aren't sending their students here.
I will like to welcome the 1st cerebral palsy center of newjersey back to a new 09- 10 school year and thank you for the summer program you give to the kids. and i hope you all enjoy your break off welcome back and i know you all have alot of good things plain for this upcoming year
im also a parent of one of the student in this school ,im honor of having my son in this school.doctors in puerto rico alwayas said that, he wasn't going to walk,but thanks to this school my son is starting to walk, going to the bathroom on his owm.he has been getting more independence.first i will say thanks to god and the people that pray for himand the personnal in this school.
Alvin H Torres sr.
I will like to say the 1st crebral palsy center is a very good school for the disable kids. my son been going there for a long time and he is doing very good and came long ways when he was a baby thay told me he will never walk know my son is 11years old and walking and very indpend all my thanks go to GOD for blessing me and helping me find a
school that fit his need and also take the time out