We know that when people with intellectual and developmental disabilities live with loved ones, the experience can be rewarding for everyone involved. At the same time, the realities of daily care can sometimes pose a challenge for loving families.

United Cerebral Palsy provides periodic in-home support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who live with family or other loved ones. Trained staff members help families by providing periodic hands-on assistance with activities of daily living and community engagement. Services and schedules are designed to meet each family’s specific needs.

For more information on UCP of Georgia’s in home support program, send us a message using the Contact Us form below.

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