Easterseals UCP | achieving better days together

Easterseals UCP works side-by-side with adults and children who are managing disabilities and mental health challenges. We serve as a nurse, a therapist, a social worker, a job counselor, a teacher, a psychologist, a caregiver and a compassionate friend all rolled into one. Our purpose is to help neighbors in need achieve better days and live their best possible life.

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Champions Gala
Celebrate the "Inclusion Drives Innovation" campaign by the U.S. Department of Labor during the month of October. Easterseals UCP thanks all of our business partners, Employment Services staff, and employed individuals.
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Lace up to walk, stroll or ride in this year's Walk With Me Charlotte presents StRoll In The Park on November 4. Join us for a memorable day and support programs for children and adults with disabilities.
The Charlie and Nancy Gaddy Champions Award honors individuals and organizations who demonstrate dedication to Easterseals UCP. Join us as this year's recipients will be honored on October 28th at the 2nd Annual Champions Gala.
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Children and adults with intellectual and developmental delays are learning new skills in the Easterseals UCP EMPOWER After School Programs in 4 cities in NC. In Hertford County, students are making "Easterscents" in scrubs, soaps and perfume! Learn more about EMPOWER.
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Little Jacob, who is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, is making big progress at the Easterseals UCP Craven Cherry Point Child Development Center. Learn more about 1-year-old Jacob and how we can help children and adults with disabilities.

Milestones Met at Easterseals UCP

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Thanks to the help of staff and therapists at Summer Moore Child Development Center, Catherine is finding her voice.  Watch her video!

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Lace up for Walk With Me Charlotte

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Check out the WSOC-TV PSA and Register online for Walk With Me!

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