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“Who I Am” PSA

"Who Am I" - National PSA | United Cerebral PalsyUnited Cerebral Palsy is proud to partner with The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment to launch a new public service announcement as part of the Campaign for Disability Employment. The PSA, called “Who I Am” features our Celebrity Ambassador, actor R. J. Mitte along with eight other people from all walks of life. It encourages employers to look beyond individual disabilities to the potential in each candidate. In addition, there is a campaign poster featuring R.J. Mitte which you can download and print.

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“Who I Am” PSA

United Cerebral Palsy is proud to partner with The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment to launch a new public service announcement as part of the Campaign...
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The Case for Inclusion: 2015

Medicaid affects all of us: children and adults with disabilities, as we age, as our family ages, and when the unexpected happens. UCP’s annual report, The Case for Inclusion,...
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Disability Etiquette

The way a society refers to persons with disabilities shapes its beliefs and ideas about them. Using appropriate terms can foster positive attitudes about persons with disabilities....
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Join the UCP Network

Organizations in the UCP Affiliate network range from a budget size of $125,000 to $100 million and provide a wide range of services.

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