Please join us this year for our annual events.
Your support helps people with disabilities in CT live lives without limits in their communities!
Every year we hold annual events to bring the people we serve, our partners and community together to take part in events that are fun and also support people with disabilities in CT. We need sponsors and volunteers to join in! Your support helps us help more people with disabilities find jobs, access affordable housing and assistive technology and to access their communities. We appreciate your help!
2018 Annual Meeting
Thank you to our caregivers, program managers, employees, board members, participants and their families for celebrating a year of progress with us at this year’s recent Annual Meeting.
Congratulations to the following employees for their dedicated service to UCP
5 Years of Service —
15 years of service —
Congratulations to the individuals in our Programs for their achievements
Independent Living 5 years —
Independent Living 10 years —
Independent Living 15 years —
Independent Living 25 years —
Day Program 5 years —
Day Program 10 years —
Day Program 25 years —
Life Without Limits Art Exhibit
Life Without Limits, this year’s annual art exhibit, highlighted a variety of art including mosaic, sculpture, murals and paint on canvas. This work was on display at the Groton-New London Airport and the Garde Art Center in New London, CT this Summer and Fall. The artwork was created by individuals from United Cerebral Palsy’s (UCP) community program for people with disabilities in CT. The artists collaborate with each other and UCP staff members to create one piece of artwork every year that gets displayed at a public art forum in New London called Hygienic Art. The Life Without Limits Exhibit is a compilation of this artwork over the last eight years. “People participate in any way they can, whether it’s coming up with the initial concept to making choices about a paint color using an eye gaze. The art program at UCP helps each person express his or her unique talents in a way that’s accessible to each person. The arts can bring joy along with a sense of organization and accomplishment to their world,” said Jennifer Keatley, UCP Executive Director.
Jake Shumbo Wins the 2018 Nathaniel Bennett Memorial Award at UCP’s 2018 Annual Meeting.