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Hunt To Help Makes Impact in Columbia

Hunt To Help - Thank you to all of our teams who participated in our March 1st, Hunt to Help. The scavenger hunt of good deeds led teams around Columbia and encouraged them to do as many good deeds as possible to strangers and those they appreciate in their own lives, Here's a photo of one team who dropped off cookies at their local fire station.

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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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Ride For A Life 2014 A Success!

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Ride For A Life 2014 - Thank you to the Mad Hatters RC for partnering with United Cerebral Palsy of South Carolina to host the 2014 Ride For a Life, motorcycle ride on Saturday, April 5th, 2014. The event was a success! We had beautiful weather, raised money for adults with developmental disabilities, and rode safely around Lake Murray! 

Stay Positive!

Now we have even more reasons to stay positive!

According to an article on DisabilityScoop.com, parents who implemented positive behavior support saw better outcomes for their child with a disability. The study looked at over 50 families with children ages 3-6. Parents were taught use positive self talk including phrases like "this is a situation I can handle" opposed to "my child is out of control." Parents who received the optimism training said that they felt more equipped to handle negative behaviors in their children and observed fewer negative behaviors overall. 
To read more on this, visit http://www.disabilityscoop.com/2013/08/07/parent-optimism-training/18463/

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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