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Father Purcell Memorial Exceptional Children’s Center

 

The Father Purcell Memorial Exceptional Children’s Center offers custodial care, medical treatment and rehabilitation programs for 58 developmentally disabled children of all races and creeds. Daily efforts are driven by the center’s overall mission—to see the children thrive despite their limitations. The staff is made up of a passionate team of workers showing each child in proximity the purest, most unrestrained love and care you’ll ever have the privilege of witnessing.

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2015 FPM GOLF2Father Purcell Memorial Exceptional Children’s Center (FPM) is home to 58 developmentally disabled children. Those terms—developmentally disabled—usually evoke sympathy and sadness. But don’t bring your sadness to our center, because you’ll have no place for it. Instead you’ll smile as you bear witness to jubilant children who are more energetic and active than a lot of people twice their ages. FPM can be described as a continuous celebration. On any given day, you can expect to walk in on a carnival, a prom, a birthday party, or even a back-to-school bash.

But there is one more thing you can expect to find at our children’s center, and it is this scene that will leave you fully confident in and proud of FPM’s mission: a passionate team of workers showing each child in proximity the purest, most unrestrained love and care you’ll ever have the privilege of witnessing. Truly a reason to celebrate.

 

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  1. Judith-Smith-D'Andrea says:

    I visited your facility in 1992 to make a donation in memory of my disabled son, Marc Smith.
    Mr. Frank May was director of the facility at that time. I was greeted by a group of the warmest , caring and friendliest staff.
    It is an occasion that I will never forget. Wish I could visit more often, but I live in New Jersey.

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