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      This week UCP of Greater Cleveland is happy to welcome Debbie from Team Alex as our guest blog contributor! Debbie and her son Alex completed the Cleveland Triathlon super sprint distance for the second year in a row. Debbie swam, biked and walked alongside Alex, who completed the triathlon with the help  of an adaptive […]

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      • Team UCP 2014 Wrap-Up

        All of us at UCP of Greater Cleveland would like to extend a huge “THANK YOU!” to every member of Team UCP. Whether you participated as a racer, a volunteer, a spectator or a donor, your contribution made a difference. We are pleased to announce that we have surpassed our goal of $150,000, and that […]

      • UCP Clients and Staff Help Raise Awareness for ALS

        Today, UCP staff members Amy Vedova and Kashina Minor participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which is helping to raise awareness and money for ALS. When Amy mentioned the challenge to the clients, they were very eager to help. Some clients held up a sign saying “UCP of Greater Cleveland Helping Raise Awareness” while […]

      • In First, State Adopts Updated ‘Handicapped’ Symbol

        A revamped version of the blue and white icon that’s long symbolized accessibility everywhere from parking lots to restrooms will soon be commonplace in more communities. Under a bill signed late last week, New York will be come the first state to require all new and replacement signage used to signify accessibility for people with […]

      • Inclusive Classrooms Provide Language Boost, Study Finds

        For young children with disabilities, the key to mastering language may be surrounding them with their typically-developing peers, researchers say. Over the course of just one school year, a new study finds that preschoolers with disabilities who attended mainstream classes with highly-skilled peers were using language on par with their classmates without disabilities. By comparison, […]

      • Cleveland Triathlon Race Results

        Congratulations to everyone who competed this past weekend in the Cleveland Triathlon! Curious how you did? Check the race results here: http://premierraces.org/cleveland-triathlon.