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Easter Seals UCP Wilmington 500 Military cutoff Rd Wilmington, NC 28405 tel: 910 392 0080 fax:910 392 4686 volunteer supervisor: Carol Chinn email: cchinn@nc.eastersealsucp.com. Who is Easter Seals UCP?.

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Who is easter seals ucp

Easter Seals UCPWilmington500 Military cutoff RdWilmington, NC 28405tel: 910 392 0080fax:910 392 4686volunteer supervisor: Carol Chinnemail: cchinn@nc.eastersealsucp.com

Who is easter seals ucp

Who is Easter Seals UCP?

  • “As statewide nonprofit, Easter Seals UCP serves a broad range of people with disabilities, such as people with cerebral palsy, autism, spina bifida, mental retardation, muscular dystrophy, stroke, spinal cord injuries, head injuries, hearing and visual impairments, and mental health diagnoses. ”

  • Services

    • child development centers,

    • therapy,

    • community inclusion services,

    • residential living,

    • supported employment,

    • in-home and community-based supports,

    • respite care,

    • disability benefits counseling,

    • information and referral,

    • and advocacy. 



“Easter Seals UCP North Carolina creates opportunities, promotes individual choice and changes the lives of children and adults with disabilities by maximizing their individual potential for living, learning and working in their communities.”

Providing the highest quality medical, rehabilitation and support centers”

Attracting and recruiting volunteers and staff who are enthusiastic, dedicated and passionate about the Easter Seals UCP mission

Utilizing our volunteer, staff and financial resources in the most efficient way

Building innovative partnerships for effective advocacy and service delivery

Creating environments that promote inclusion.



  • UCP

    • First Christian church Oleander Dr

    • 1 class all special needs children

  • 1991 moved to Military cut off

    • 3 classes

      • 6 children

      • 1 developmentally normal child/ class

    • 1 Physical therapist

    • 1 speech therapist

    • Land donated by Mabel Dukes

  • January 1st 2004 UCP and Easter Seals merged



  • 5 classes

    • Infant to 5 years old

    • Goal of 50/50 developmentally normal to disabled children






Basket ball


Hide and go seek


Assist with walker

Encourage wheelchair use

Help children with low or stiff muscle tone ride a bicycle


Class room

Circle time


Brown bear

Give that back jack

Brown cow, green grass and yellow mellow sun


Happy and you know it

Days of the week

Color recognition


Theme based

Halloween paper pumpkins

Orange and black paint


self reliance

Clean up

Assist children with disabilities to become independent at feeding.

Encourage children to eat a little bit of everything

Class room

Nap time

Nap Time

After school

After school

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