SIGHTINGS
UCP Suffolk

This assistive equipment, known as a PACER, enables Maggie to become more independent, learning to walk with little or no assistance.

Brothers Felix and Noel develop a green thumb through UCP Suffolk's Day
Treatment Program.

Michelle, Maria and Dan use adaptive equipment to navigate the web.

Barbara learns to count money during UCP Suffolk's Day Habilitation Program.

Krissy accepts her High School Diploma from the West Babylon School District. As a graduate of UCP's Children's Program, Krissy is now an Active participant in UCP Suffolk's Day Treatment Program.

Barbara learns to count money during UCP Suffolk's Day Habilitation Program.

Jesse Volk is able to exert his independence by participating in UCP
Suffolk's Vocational Work Rehabilitation Program

UCP Suffolk, based in Hauppauge, NY, assists approximately 4,000 children and adults with disabilities and their families annually. Of the program participants, 35% have cerebral palsy, while 65% have other developmental and acquired disabilities. UCP's services include but are not limited to job training and placement, individual and family support, early intervention, preschool, school age programming for children, adult day programs as well as residential opportunities for children and adults. UCP also operates a Diagnostic and Treatment Center featuring primary and specialty medical, dental and mental health care, therapeutic interventions and assistive technologies. These programs and services, which create Life Without Limits for people with disabilities, are made possible through the generous support of donors and sponsors, such as The Roslyn Savings Foundation. For more information, visit www.ucp-suffolk.org , or call 631-232-0015.
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