MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY ATHLETES VISIT LADACIN NETWORK
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The Monmouth University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (MSAAC) visited the students at the LADACIN Network’s Schroth Center in Wanamassa on December 16. The group, consisting of about 50 student-athletes and coaches, helped Santa deliver gifts to students in their classrooms.
This marks the 13th year that MSAAC has helped Santa deliver gifts to the students at the Schroth Center.
LADACIN Network (an acronym for Lifetime Assistance for Developmental and Challenging Individual Needs) is a non-profit agency whose mission is to provide education, therapeutic, social, residential and support services for people with cerebral palsy or other physical disabilities. Established in 1952, formerly known as Cerebral Palsy of Monmouth and Ocean Counties, LADACIN Network now provides lifetime assistance to over 2500 families in 11 facilities.