AJC Article from 1954 Captures Frazer’s Storied History

This picture originally appeared in a 1954 story in the "Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine". The article was titled "Life Starts at 7 for Betty," and tells the story of Betty Thompson, a seven-year-old with Cerebral Palsy, and how she (along with hundreds of other children) received medical and therapeutic services at the Cerebral Palsy School, which is now the Frazer Center.

This article appeared on April 11, 1954 in the Atlanta Journal and Constitution Magazine. It chronicles the life of a seven-year-old named Betty Thompson, and her time at the Cerebral Palsy School, which later became the Frazer Center.It is a testament to the long and storied commitment the Frazer Center has to serving the disability community. And it is because of supporters like you that thousands of stories of perseverance, transformation, and triumph have took place during Frazer's 66 ... Read More...