Are you worried that your child isn't developing like other children? Has your child been diagnosed with a developmental delay or disability? You are not alone. We are here to help you find answers to your questions. Other parents and therapists are here with you.

Sensory-Friendly Easter Bunny Experience Coming Soon

Caring BunnyCaring Bunny will soon be headed to Simon Malls this Easter. Extra care is taken with this sensory-friendly experience to support children with special needs and their families– helping to enjoy a photo session with the Easter Bunny. Check it out at malls nationwide on March 22 and 29. Learn more HERE.

That Time I Defaced My Son’s Developmental Questionnaire

IMG_0942-640x401Every parent knows that laughter can be the best medicine. This chuckle-worthy blog post from The Mighty, written by Mary Evelyn Smith is sure to resonate with many parents and caregivers of children with disabilities– and probably even a few whose children don’t have disabilities. If you’ve ever had a moment like this mom, when you laughed in the face of life’s daily frustrations and stresses, we’d love to hear about it.

Share with #CerebralPalsyCan

#CerebralPalsyCanShare with #CerebralPalsyCan

UCP encourages people with cerebral palsy to share the many things they enjoy and can do during National CP Awareness Month in March, using the hashtag #CerebralPalsyCan on social media. On March 25, National CP Awareness Day, UCP and other partners will feature submitted videos on social media. Follow along, join in and help spread CP awareness. Check the video out HERE!