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!
Our purpose is to provide meaningful and exceptional services so that children and adults living with disabilities and mental health challenges can live, learn, work and play in their communities. Easterseals UCP is a leading provider of disability and mental health related services in the communities in which we serve.
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Join WRAL-TV anchors Jeff and Renee at 2019 Walk With Me at the NC Museum of Art in Raleigh on June 1. Walk, run, stroll or ride this fun family & pet friendly 1K! Join a team, create your own, or donate online now. Big prize for the top 3 fundraisers!
Easterseals UCP Night with the Durham Bulls helped spread awareness about the services we provide for children and adults living with disabilities and mental health challenges. Our staff mingled amongst the fans & highlighted the "be the thread" campaign.
After more than a decade of support from Easterseals UCP, 27-year-old Noah, who is blind and is living Cerebral Palsy, will move into his own apartment. His mother, LaMarr, advocates for Noah, helping him seek independence through skills and employment.
Easterseals UCP has another exciting summer planned for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities in North Carolina! Check out the info on our EMPOWER Summer Camp web pages and enroll your child.
With the incidence of 1 in 57 children in NC diagnosed with autism, Easterseals UCP is taking a serious approach to helping families. Our autism services and offices continue to expand to provide evidence-based behavior therapy.
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