Giving Guide: United Cerebral Palsy of Arkansas


United Cerebral Palsy of Arkansas is a collection of essential programs that help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, while also supporting their families and communities. From adult and childrens’ services to support services and UCP’s enterprises, it serves people across the state, providing the support they need to live life without limits.

Founded in 1957 by parents of children with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities, UCP banded together to help Arkansans live life to their fullest potential.

UCP’s team of dedicated professionals offers a comprehensive network of habilitation/rehabilitation services. UCP provides early childhood intervention, adult habilitation, Medicaid waiver, supportive employment, community living arrangement and therapeutic services.


• Sponsor the Adult Day Center’s Miracle on 36th Street holiday party! Your company or family can sponsor an individual or the entire party.

• Donate to the Toddler Playground upgrade! The Butterfly Learning Center, UCP’s Early Intervention Day Treatment program, needs an upgraded playground for toddler classrooms.

• Volunteer your time. Volunteering at special events and center outings is an excellent way to help make a difference in UCP’s community.

To learn more about any of the opportunities mentioned above, contact Director of Development, Calli Turner: or 501.747.0005

9720 N. Rodney Parham Road
Little Rock, AR 72227
501.224.6067 |

Established: 1957
Employees: 700+
Service Area: Statewide

President & CEO: Paula Rader

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