The United Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County offers a complete array of programs and services to people with disabilities. Children aged one through twenty-one can benefit from the mobility and cognitive development programs of the Children's Learning Center. Adults can develop the skills to help them integrate into the community through innovative programs like Life Options. And the Fortunoff Treatment and Rehabilitation Center provides broad and deep care for individuals with many kinds of disabilities or head injuries. Explore our programs and services through the links below.
ReWalk™ is an alternative therapeutic modality and a mobility opportunity for individuals who utilize a wheelchair. A user in the ReWalk™ has potential to stand and walk.
Medicaid Serivce Coordination (MSC)
Our community outreach program, where trained and qualified individuals with developmental disabilities provide local non profit businesses with community service.
Provides an interdisciplinary approach which incorporates individual learning styles in a creative, stimulating, multi-sensory environment, provided by a responsible
An exciting and innovative program offering adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to achieve their goals and develop life skills.
Providing Health Care for People with Disabilities
The Guardianship Program - Nassau Cerebral Palsy Association, Inc.
Community Based Day Habilitation program for adults with developmental disabilities that offers community integration, life skills training and socialization experiences.
Providing therapy & advocacy for those with traumatic brain injury.
UCPN's Residential Program offers a variety of life style options in Nassau County for adults with developmental disabilities.
A center based Day Habilitation program for adults with developmental disabilities that strives to maintain & build upon current skills, promote independence, & add creativity to the participants’ daily lives.
A competitive sports team for adult athletes with disabilities over age 21.