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!
The Easterseals UCP Individual and Placement Support Services staff recognized individuals they serve with mental illness who have completed training, maintained jobs and seek goals of independence. So proud of all of you!
Thanks to being taught how to use his augmentative device and visuals, three-year-old Jaxson, who is living with autism, is communicating. Jaxson attends the Wilmington Child Development Center, which is open to typical children and preschoolers with special needs
Sign up now for the Walk With Me Triangle event on June 1 at the beautiful North Carolina Museum of Art. Enjoy a family friendly walk, stroll or run and support Easterseals UCP. Sponsor us too! More info:
Teens and adults from various Easterseals UCP programs participated in the "Night to Shine" event held in their local communities. Read about the unforgettable experience for the people we serve with disabilities, mental illness challenges and special needs.
Warmer weather, horseback riding, and swimming are all just a few months away. Register now for a summer experience at Camp Easterseals UCP in Virginia -- a unique camp for children & adults with disabilities and special needs.
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