UCP of Greater Cleveland’s Children’s Services Programs are based on a philosophy of early intervention and holistic, family-focused care. Licensed physical, occupational and speech/language therapists, as well as social service professionals work with family members to design programs that enhance physical, mental and emotional development. With a sliding fee scale linked to income, UCP makes children’s programs available to families of all financial means.
The agency serves infants and children (up to 22 years of age) with a variety of developmental delays and disabilities including, but not limited to, cerebral palsy, autism spectrum disorder, Down’s syndrome and other genetic or neuro-muscular disorders. All families receive comprehensive case management, advocacy and support services, as well as parent education programming to help them thrive and meet the evolving needs of their child(ren) and family.
Listen to Ben’s mom describe how her son and family were impacted by the unique structure of the therapy and support services at UCP.
UCP Children’s Services Include:
- Physical, Occupational and Speech/Language Therapy Services
- Steps to Independence Intensive Therapy
- School-Based Therapy
- Early Intervention Service Coordination
- Case Management
- Parent Education
- Assistive Technology
For more information about UCP Children’s Services Programming, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (216) 791-8363, ext. 1250.