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Proud To Be Me 2014

We're proud to say, "Thank You"  to our wonderful sponsors!!

United Cerebral Palsy of South Carolina's Proud to Be Me Fashion Show was an upbeat lively event, open to the public, and held at the Harbison Theater on Sunday afternoon, August 3.  Our models rocked the stage with fun accessories from Belk, and fabulous hairstyles and makeup were provided by Paul Mitchell The School Columbia's warm, caring, and artistic Be Nice Team.  This is the second year the Paul Mitchell students have given up their days off to make our models look and feel fantastic, and we love them!  

We'd also like to give special thanks to Kohl's for their extraordinary support, to Midlands Technical College for allowing us to once again hold this special event at the Harbison Theater with unlimited assistance from the Harbison team of experts, to Susan Robinson, Head of Education at Paul Mitchell The School Columbia, who spearheaded the Be Nice team effort this year, and to Ann Drayton, manager of Belk on Broad River Road .  Again, a heartfelt thank you to all of you from all of us!

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2014 Case For Inclusion

This April the 2014 Case for Inclusion was released.

UCP’s 2014 Case for Inclusion report ranks states on Medicaid outcomes for people with intellectual and development disabilities. Read the report at the link below and see where South Carolina ranks! http://cfi2014.ucp.org/

Did You Know?

Did you know? More than 65% of people served by UCP have disabilities other than cerebral palsy, like Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, physical disabilities or traumatic brain injury.

UCP Gets Moving for World Activity Day

World Activity Day 2014 - Thank you to the student participants at the University of South Carolina who participated in World Activity Day on April 5, 2014! The weather was beautiful and both the students and our folks had a blast! Special thanks goes out to the students in the Exercise Science Club who made this event possible.

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United Cerebral Palsy of South Carolina is working to positively support and impact the achievement of a Life Without Limits for people with disabilities. 

Contact  today to learn about us and how you can support a Life Without Limits for people living in your community.

United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) supports the people we serve to achieve better lives, helping them to maximize their potential, encouraging them to explore their aspirations and dreams, and providing ongoing support as they continue a lifelong journey of development and growth.

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