"UCP Seguin believes in a world where children and adults with disabilities achieve their potential, advance their independence and act as full members of the community."
Welcome to UCP Seguin
Seguin Services recently merged with United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Chicago. We are now known as United Cerebral Palsy Seguin of Greater Chicago, which is a charitable not-for-profit agency serving individuals with disabilities in metropolitan Chicago and beyond.
UCP Seguin believes in a world where children and adults with disabilities achieve their potential, advance their independence and act as full members of the community. We strive to make this world a reality--in Illinois and beyond, for people at every stage of life--by leveraging technology to provide innovative training and educational programs, family support, employment, life-skills training and residential services.
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UCP Seguin Is Proud To Announce COMCAST As Media Partner
Below is one of the public service videos airing on Comcast and NBCUniversal as part of their partnership with The Arc of the United States. As a member agency of The Arc, UCP Seguin is pleased to work with Comcast to promote greater awareness of people with developmental disabilities.
- Posted on 04/09/2014
Donate your computers and other electronic equipment to UCP Seguin's Assistive Technology Exchange Network (ATEN) to be refurbished or recycled in an environmentally safe way. Refurbished computers and equipment will be distributed to children with disabilities in need. Follow the link above for more information.
Comcast and NBCUniversal Provide The Arc Support And Digital Technology Opportunities For People With Developmental DisabilitiesPosted on 03/28/2014
The Arc, an advocate for the rights of the disabilities community, and Comcast Corporation announced they have formed an exciting new national partnership to support and expand digital technology opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD).
Through a three-year commitment, Comcast and NBCUniversal will provide The Arc with $3.7 million in cash and in-kind support, including airtime, to promote The Arc’s public service announcements on cable and broadcast channels and xfinity.com. The Comcast Foundation is also providing $400,000 to support The Arc’s national digital training program and improve technology access and services by launching up to 12 Comcast and NBCUniversal Digital Literacy Learning Labs in major metropolitan U.S. cities. For more information please read the article link.
- Posted on 04/12/2014
- Posted on 04/01/2014
- Posted on 02/06/2014