United Cerebral Palsy Association Of Suffolk County, Inc.
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250 Marcus Boulevard Hauppauge NY 11788 USA
The primary exempt purpose of the organization is to organize, establish and operate: educational and vocation rehabilitation facilities, health centers, day training, day treatment and day habilitation programs, service coordination, residential programs, and respite services for persons with cerebral palsy, development disabilities and other disabilities.
Ucp's residential program maintains eleven intermediate care facilities ("icfs"), twenty individual residential alternatives ("iras") and residential habilitation services. The residential program serves adults with a range of disabilities from moderate to severe. Services are provided by a staff consisting of management, nurses, clinicians, direct support professionals and clerical personal. The staff is dedicated to furthering the growth and development of the residents in the areas of skills for daily living, socialization, education, recreation and required therapies. Through staff support, the residents are able to increase their independence, sense of freedom, overall quality of life and familiarity with the community.
the health center offers comprehensive outpatient medical and rehabilitations services to the long island community. Staffed by licensed, certified, and experienced teams of professionals, the health center continued to grow, providing much needed services at multiple sites located throughout suffolk county. The health center is licensed to provide services as both an article 28 clinic and an article 16 clinic. The health center's medical services include primary care for the general public and other agencies, ucp's clients in residence, and ucp's daily programs. The health center's broad range of services include general medical, mental health rehabilitation, audiology testing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language pathology, as well as specialty services, such as neurology, dental, orthopedics, and podiatry.
ucp's education programs advance the physical, cognitive and emotional growth of children with disabilities, ages birth to 21 years, with year-round comprehensive programs, screenings, evaluations, therapies, home/center-based instruction, family training and support groups and assisted technology services. The early intervention program is designated for children from birth to two years, 11 months and their families. This program provides infant and early childhood services to maximize strengths and minimize weaknesses in a child's overall development. Services are available in the home as well as at ucp's center. The pre-school program is for children from three to five years old, and the school age program is for young people age five to twenty-one, with multiple disabilities. These classes are located at ucp's center.
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