Grades: PK | 192 students
Cantalician Center for Learning, Inc. is an educational, rehabilitative and occupational facility for persons from infancy throughout adulthood who are challenged by a variety of developmental and physical disabilities.
The Cantalician Center is dedicated to assisting and encouraging each individual in achieving a strong sense of dignity, security, physical and spiritual well-being.
We intend to meet these needs within a Christian environment through kindness, joy, reverence, integrity and respect.
Our sincere attempts to seek out, attract and employ highly dedicated and professionally trained staff is necessary in order to maintain a superior level of service, professional integrity and accountability.
Every program, development stage, and service provided by the Cantalician Center is governed by the basic belief that there are no set limits on abilities and accomplishments for the people we serve.
Ours is a positive, hopeful and realistic view of human potential.
We believe that learning and skill acquisition of all types are possible, provided that the conditions are carefully arranged, clearly specified and special attention is given to an adaptable environment in which all growing and learning occurs.
It is precisely this belief system that enables us to deliver a variety of services to infants, children, and adults which emphasize their God-given rights and abilities in a supportive, aesthetic, nurturing, and dignified environment.
- School Location Miles Grades Students
BuffaloGrades: K-8 | 384 students
399 Woodward Ave
Buffalo, NY 14214
BuffaloGrades: PK-12 | 254 students
4625 Harlem Rd
Buffalo, NY 14226
BuffaloGrades: 1-9 | 66 students
120 Alexander Ave
Buffalo, NY 14211
BuffaloGrades: PK-8 | 148 students
1988 Clinton Street
Buffalo, NY 14206
BuffaloGrades: PK-8 | 198 students
3275 Main St
Buffalo, NY 14214
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