In Home Support

We know that when people with intellectual and developmental disabilities live with loved ones, it can be a very rewarding as well as challenging experience for everyone involved. The realities of daily care can place tremendous strain on loving families.

United Cerebral Palsy supports individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families with periodic community supports. Trained staff members help families caring for a child or adult with intellectual and developmental disabilities in their home, by providing periodic supports designed to assist individuals with activities of daily living and community participation. Services and schedules are designed to meet each family’s specific needs.

For more information on UCP of Georgia’s in home support program, contact kwalton@ucpga.org.