• February 6, 2012

    by: Tammy Gibson Willet

    Quality of Life

    Quality of life is an entirely subjective experience, different from person to person and highly influenced by our personal circumstances. Despite the fact that it is not a concrete topic with a check list we can mark off until it […]

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  • January 25, 2012

    by: Blackbird

    A Mother’s Point of View

    My son Daniel is 26 years old. He was born with a rare disorder called Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) which causes multiple physical and mental disabilities. Daniel functions at about a one year old level and can’t walk or […]

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  • January 13, 2012

    by: Tammy Gibson Willet

    Seeking Respite

    Caregiving is a demanding job and no one should be in the position of caregiver twenty-four/seven. Learning to seek out and ask for help is critical for both your health and well-being as well as for your loved one. Respite […]

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  • January 6, 2012

    by: Tammy Gibson Willet

    Caring for the Caregiver

    Chances are that if you are a parent or member of a family, you often carry out your family responsibilities automatically as a matter of course.  Keeping up the pace while juggling the many facets of life—Job, kids, parents, pets, […]

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  • December 1, 2011

    by: Beth Lucas

    The Members of Our Team

    A few of the Team UCP members who along with countless others make up the “hidden” Development Team! As we enter December and prepare for next year, I reflect upon the accomplishments we have had at UCP of Greater Cleveland […]

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