Who We Are


  • The Center was created by families with children diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy in 1957. Over 5,000 children and their families have received services from the Center.
  • The Center is a not- for –profit community resource for families and children with any handicapping condition and/or with medical issues.
  • The center provides speech, physical, occupational, developmental, and early intervention therapies to children when determined necessary.
  • NO CHILD IS DENIED ACCESS BECAUSE OF A FAMILY’S INABILITY TO PAY!
  • Cerebral Palsy of Tri-County operates a developmental pre-school with a language enriched environment. A hot lunch is provided each day.
  • The center staff is specially trained to work with medically fragile and/or developmentally delayed children.
  • The Center is supported by United Way, Jasper County Sheltered Facilities Board, private charitable donations, trusts, and grants.  Donations are greatly appreciated.
  • Each day 51% of the children use Center Bus Transportation. The Center owns two 16 passenger buses. The routes cover Jasper County. Each month the buses travel an average of 2,500 miles.  The Center enrolls children from all areas if parents can provide transportation.
  • Average daily attendance is 60 children. The Center is licensed for 66 children.
  • The Center is a state licensed day care facility.
  • Spanish interpretation services are available.  
  • The center accepts referrals from physician offices', Division of Children’s Services, families, and public schools in the area. Self -referrals are also accepted.