Earlier this week, Horizon High School students organized a car wash to raise money for the school as well as work on their vocational skills!
Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey (CPNJ) is dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities and other special needs by supporting personal growth, independence and participation in the community.
Angelica Jackson, who works at CPNJ’s group home in West Orange, was selected as a recipient of the agency’s Positive Impact Award for performing the Heimlich maneuver to save the life of a choking group home resident. The Positive Impact Award is given to CPNJ employees who go above and beyond in serving our consumers. Congratulations and thank you Angelica (seen here (right) with group home manager Patricia Chance (left)).