For people with disabilities, every day can be a struggle. That’s why UCP is dedicated to providing opportunities for them to get out, learn new skills, and be a part of the community. We give the individuals we work with the chance to get involved in activities they may have thought were impossible before UCP.
Activities such as: riding a horse, learning to cook, doing laundry, developing a new hobby, or just fitting in.
At UCP, we take pride in the accomplishments of the individuals we work with, no matter how big or small. Each day, we make it our goal to provide them with the chance to discover a new skill, overcome a challenge or simply experience the pride of being included.
It’s exciting. It’s rewarding. It’s amazing!
- Autism Center for Excellence (ACE)
UCP Autism Center for Excellence (ACE) is a structured after-school program designed to meet the special needs of children with autism.
The ACE after-school program uses ABA to teach social skills to children age 8 – 12, with autism, while helping them build a foundation for friendships.
- ACE Camp
- Saddle Pals and Heroes Astride
- CLASP Independent Living
- Adult Day Programs
- Family Respite Service