Overview & Welcome Center
UCP of Western Massachusetts — an affiliate of United Cerebral Palsy Association — was established in 1961. UCP of Western Massachusetts offers service navigation, direct programming, assistive technology and advocacy for any individual, regardless of disability, to pursue a fulfilling, self-determined, high-quality community life — a life without limits.
To learn more about UCP and the array of programs we offer, please browse our website or check out our brochure here.
The UCP mission is to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with disabilities. To become a member of UCP, an individual must meet the guidelines established in our welcome center. Our members are entitled to be assessed for formal advocacy and assistive technology services, receive monthly and/or quarterly event flyers and newsletters, and are informed of all UCP-sponsored activities. Members must have a documented physical or developmental disability.
For more information about the UCP Welcome Center, please contact Kristin Saharczewski by clicking the Contact Us button on this page.
We are more than just our name.
UCP serves children and adults with all types of disabilities, including Cerebral Palsy.