Two-year-old Davian, who has Down Syndrome, is becoming more independent thanks to the hard work of staff at Dorothy Spainhour Child Development Center. He is feeding himself, following directions and interacting with classmates!
Sign up now for the signature Walk With Me event in Raleigh on June 1, 2019 at the NC Museum of Art. Donate, join a team, or create your own to support people with disabilities & mental health challenges.
Every day the Individual and Community Services staff help children and adults with developmental disabilities learn new skills to help them gain independence. Check out our video of the people who's lives Easterseals UCP has helped to change.
We're ready to help more families living with autism. The new Outer Banks office is Easterseals UCP's is open now. With 1 in 57 children diagnosed with autism in North Carolina, Easterseals UCP hopes to help with behavior, communication and daily living skills. Let us help you!
When Melanie, who is living with Moderate Intellectual Disability, had nowhere to turn, Easterseals UCP stepped in. She has a new family surrounding her with support. The hard work of the Individual and Community Services team is helping Melanie become more independent every day.
The Easterseals UCP staff assigned to the Hope4NC project is helping children talk about their feelings of loss and transition following Hurricane Florence. With the assistance of a little furry creature and his story, the school team is teaching kids to cope and get help.
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