We are proud to offer Early Intervention (EI) for children birth to three.
Our Children's Center also offers the only Lekotek center in NEPA, as well as Compuplay camps for children of all different age groups throughout the year.
UCP of NEPA offers a center-based Adult Day Program in Scranton.
We also offer Residential Services for both supported independent living and community living arrangements for adults. Currently, we have seven community homes.
Our Home Service Program is available in six local counties for children and adults with disabilities.
Our Scranton location also houses our ATRC (Assistive Technology Resource Center) serving eight local counties.
Latest UCP News
United Cerebral Palsy of Northeastern Pennsylvania was presented with a proclamation from the Lackawanna County Commissioners on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at the Commissioners’ meeting. The proclamation announces March as being Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month in Lackawanna County. Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley called Sarah Drob, CEO of UCP of NEPA, to speak about UCP and …
Thank you to the 200 community volunteers who came out to support our 38th Annual Holiday Gift Wrapping in the Viewmont Mall. With your help, we raised over $12,000! All donations benefit our Early Intervention program. Thank you to the following volunteer groups who helped make this event possible: Bank of America, The Society of …
Misericordia University recently donated several refurbished personal computers, monitors and keyboards to the United Cerebral Palsy of Northeastern Pennsylvania Children’s Center in Clarks Summit for children and adults in the program. Link: Read The Dallas Post’s Article, published January 7, 2019
Find out all about our 38th Annual Gift Wrapping Stand at the Viewmont Mall this Holiday season from Rae Baldino in The Times-Tribune’s Talk of the Town. Link: Click here to read Rae’s interview!