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© 2017 by UCP of Orange County.

Website created by NDM Communications.

980 Roosevelt, Suite 100, Irvine, CA 92620

949.333.6400 | info@ucpoc.org

501(c)(3) ID 95-1856340

Life without limits for children with disabilities

Our Mission Statement

The mission of UCP-OC is to help children with disabilities reach their full potential and improve the quality of life for their families.

Our Values
Results-Oriented

We focus on positive results in everything we do.
 

Responsible Stewards

We use the resources entrusted to us wisely and effectively.
 

Family-Focused

We appreciate the importance of the entire family in the life of a child.
 

Caring

We demonstrate compassion, empathy, and respect.
 

Responsive

We respond to the needs of our community with innovative solutions.

Our History

Founded in 1953, UCP-OC was originally established as United Cerebral Palsy of Orange County to assist people of all ages affected by cerebral palsy. Over our 60+ years of service, however, we have observed great demand for services for children with disabilities. In response, we have streamlined our focus to children while broadening the programs offered, as well as the range of disabilities served to include autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and other developmental delays. In order to help every child reach their full potential, our services are highly individualized, from simple delays to complicated lifetime conditions.

 

Because of this wider range of children and families we now serve, today we go by the name of UCP of Orange County (and UCP-OC for short).

 

UCP-OC now provides specialized care for more than 5,300 children and families each year. We are one of the only organizations in Orange County delivering comprehensive support for children with disabilities and their families. As such, our services are critical to closing developmental gaps and empowering families to care for their child’s special needs.

UCP-OC serves children with a wide range of developmental disabilities
and delays, including but not limited to:

Angelman Syndrome

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Blindness/Vision Deficiency

Cerebral Palsy

Chromosomal Anomaly

Developmental Delay

Down Syndrome (Trisomy 21)

Genetic Anomalies

Global Developmental Delay 

Fragile X

Intellectual Disability

Microcephaly

Motor Function Disorder

Phonological Disorder

Prematurity

Seizure Disorder

Speech Language Disorder

Torticollis

Traumatic Brain Injury