Feb 02, 2018
Cayuga Centers President & CEO Edward Myers Hayes said of the renovated space, “this upgrade allows us to enhance a program that supports families who have a loved one with a developmental disability. And it’s thanks to the generosity of the Auburn Kiwanis Club, longtime community partners, and with new support from the Boeheim Foundation, that we were able to carry out our expansion plans, both serving more individuals and offering a broader array of activities.”
Cayuga Centers’ foster care programs feature highly trained and supported foster parents who work as part of an integrated team to care for the children placed in their home. Children benefit from strong staff teams that oversee every aspect of their care in an integrated plan. Staff members provide therapy and skills training to each child, serve as liaisons with case managers, and create individualized plans in cooperation with the child, foster family and birth family.