• July 13, 2017

    by: Christine Mencini


    “If you stop moving, you’ll never be able to start again.” These wise words come from OakLeaf client Tom, one of the original patrons of UCP of Greater Cleveland, who has been with UCP since he was five years old […]

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  • May 23, 2017

    by: Tammy Gibson Willet


    “My sister’s name is Emersyn,” can be heard coming from an assistive technology device. It is clear that Aubri is very excited about becoming a big sister and she tells everyone the BIG news. Her ability to share her excitement […]

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  • February 8, 2017

    by: Emily Hastings


    Drew is an outgoing, funny and determined 8-year-old who has big goals: to walk and to play sports independently. Take a moment to listen to Drew’s amazing story as told by his mom, Jackie.

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  • June 29, 2016

    by: Rachel Harrison


    Oakleaf, A Center of Excellence for Adults, offers programs that operate with a presumption of employability for people with disabilities: meaningful work is available for every individual who wants to work at a level that meets their needs. Program staff […]

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  • March 30, 2016

    by: Rachel Harrison


    In early 2015, UCP of Greater Cleveland was grateful to receive a generous grant from the Ronald McDonald House Northeastern Ohio Charities to be used toward our LeafBridge Assistive Technology and Augmentative Communication program. One of the big purchases that […]

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