Easterseals UCP Autism Services - Zion 2019

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5171 Glenwood Ave. Suite 211
Raleigh, NC 27612

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Easterseals UCP CEO Luanne Welch is connecting with the Front Line throughout North Carolina and Virginia with a powerful and fun message!

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More than 40 million people are caregivers in the U.S. to people with disabilities and illness. Our Front Line serves people every day through their work, and some are personal unpaid caregivers to family and loved ones at home. Thank you for your dedication!
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Congratulations to Shanun Kunnavatana, Director of Clinical Development for Autism Services at Easterseals UCP! She was elected VP of NC Association of Behavior Analysis. She will collaborate and promote important issues with other behavioral professionals on autism.
Employment Services
Thanks to the support of the Employment Services team in Charlotte, 24-year-old Rayshon is happily employed at Cintas. His hard work and dedication has been recognized by management who awarded him with the Partner of the Month Award. We're so proud!
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Spotlight On Our Programs

Autism 2019

Autism Services

Through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Easterseals UCP helps families living with autism by addressing behaviors, daily living skills and communication in the home and community.

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Assertive Community Treatment 2019

Assertive Community Treatment

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a full spectrum, long-term, community-based treatment model for adults with severe and persistent mental health needs that have not been adequately treated by more traditional treatment services.

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Individual & Community Services 2019

Individual & Community Services

Individual & Community Services (ICS) supports individuals with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities (IDD) by providing one-to-one services uniquely tailored to their needs to acquire and maintain daily living skills.

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