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Family Ties Ensure a Life Without Limits

Mays-Family-at-the-Beach-300x199Check out the latest guest blog post on Voices of UCP by Betsy Mays, who shares her family’s story and thoughts on being a sibling of an individual with a disability. “My sister has always, and continues to, live a life without limits,” explains Mays, whose older sister has cerebral palsy. Read more HERE.

Benefits and Special-Needs Planning

Special-needs planning director, Rebecca Williams, discusses benefits and planning in her recent column on The Wall Street Journal. Check it out HERE.

New Toys“R”Us Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids® Released

Toys-R-Us-Toy-Guide-for-Differently-abled-Kids-2014-Cover-Albert-Pujols-192x300Toys“R”Us®  recently announced the release of its 20th Anniversary edition of the Toys“R”Us Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids®, with baseball star, Albert Pujols, on its cover. “As a proud dad to my beautiful daughter, Bella, who lives with Down syndrome, I understand how important it is to have resources like the Toys“R”Us Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids to help in making informed choices to support a child’s development,” said the nine-time All-Star. Read more on UCP’s Voices of UCP blog!