Roy’s “Can Do” Attitude – Still Inspiring Others

Home » UCP Blog Roy’s “Can Do” Attitude – Still Inspiring Others Roy was born in 1924 with cerebral palsy, and raised in the small town of Perth, North Dakota. He could walk but needed assistance from his brother and sister on snowy days. His...

Little Miss Sunshine in the World of 2020

Home » UCP Blog Little Miss Sunshine in the World of 2020 2020 has been filled with inconveniences for all of us. COVID-19 has limited our ability to travel, shop and visit with friends, and it’s forced us to rethink the way we go about our days. For individuals with...

No Use Crying Over Spilled Milk

Home » HomePage No Use Crying Over Spilled Milk Is COVID19 getting in the way of your social life? Do you love visiting relatives in San Francisco? Have you watched all four seasons of Riverdale in one week to fend off the home-bound blues? If you said yes to any of...

Laying the Foundation for Future Success

Home » HomePage Laying the Foundation for Future Success We have all heard the adage that “it’s better to give than to receive.”  In fact, research has shown that spending money on others puts a bigger smile on your face than spending it on yourself.  And after years...

Giving Our Clients a Voice and a Choice

Home » HomePage Giving Our Clients a Voice and a Choice What are your dreams? What are your goals? What makes you happy? You have probably spent your entire life hearing these questions and making decisions based on your answers.  But for individuals with...

UCP Family Respite and COVID-19

Home » HomePage UCP Family Respite and COVID-19 A recipe for surviving these trying timesThe coronavirus (COVID-19) has been eye opening and stressful for everyone. It has us all rethinking how we go about our daily lives – from how we work and shop to how we...