Durham, NC, May 6, 2019
It was a big night on the baseball diamond at the Durham Bulls game last Friday. While the Bulls were defeated by the Gwinett Stripers with a score of 3-11, the win was off the field.
The focus of the Easterseals UCP Night with the Durham Bulls was to spread awareness about the services we provide for children and adults living with disabilities and mental health challenges. Easterseals UCP staff members were out and about in the crowds, mingling with fans. Monica and Audrey, who are part of our autism team, accepted the special Golden Game Ball on the field. They are part of a bigger team throughout North Carolina providing behavior therapy and other services to families living with autism.
One lucky fan won the free drawing for an authentic Bulls signed jersey. Also, Troy McLean, Program Director of the Assertive Community Treatment program, talked on-air about Easterseals UCP services and how we are truly part of the fabric of every community in which we operate. We’re like a strong, invisible thread in that fabric.ABOUT EASTERSEALS UCPEasterseals UCP provides 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.
For more information contact:Kathy EdgertonChief Communications OfficerKathy.Edgerton@eastersealsucp.com(O) 919-865-8660(C) 919-208-0621