UCP of Southeastern Wisconsin is excited to announce we are changing our name to Broadscope Disability Services! Our former name no longer accurately represents the services we provide. We will continue to provide the much needed resources and support to families and individuals living with disabilities. Our broad range of services includes respite care, employment services, independent living and the Charlie Kapp Resource Center. Check back to see our new Broadscope website soon!
7300 W Chestnut St
Care in the Community Conference
2303 N. Mayfair Road
Schuetze Recreation Center
1120 Baxter Drive, Waukesha
The Department of Health Services (DHS) is creating a plan that will make BIG changes to how services are provided to people with disabilities. We only have until August 31st to comment! Without your input, these changes may not be strong enough to make lives better!
About United Cerebral Palsy
of Southeastern Wisconsin "life without limits for people with disabilities"
United Cerebral Palsy was founded in 1954 by a group of concerned parents of children with cerebral palsy and incorporated in Wisconsin in 1970. UCP of Southeastern Wisconsin provides respite care, independent living supports, employment services and information resources for people with disabilities (not just cerebral palsy) and their families. More...
Respite Care Has Big Impact For Autism Parents
Parents of children with autism often report high levels of stress, but new research suggests that getting a caregiving break for as little as one hour a week can really make a difference.
Joe’s Run, Walk & Roll is a non-competitive 5k run or a 1, 2 or 3 mile fun run, walk or wheelchair roll. Participates who are wheelchair bound can roll right along family members and friends who may walk or run; where crossing the finish line is the accomplishment. A post run reception follows with great food, beverages, raffle and entertainment.
United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin wishes to thank all of the generous supporters who donated, participated and volunteered at The MillerCoors Charlie Kapp Charity Golf Challenge. All of the proceeds help to advance the independence, productivity and quality of life of individuals challenged with physical, cognitive and developmental disabilities.
The Helen Bader Foundation has awarded UCP-SEW’s Employment Services program a grant of $40,000 to expand its work with job-seekers with disabilities living in six of Milwaukee’s poorest zip codes.
“We all know that people are unemployed, but the system treats unemployment as a one-size-fits-all situation and that’s not the reality of it,” said Jerry Roberts, workforce development program officer for the Helen Bader Foundation.
The Bader Foundation recently switched the thrust of its economic grants to bridging the persistent disconnect in the region between the chronic unemployed and jobs that go unfilled for lack of willing or qualified candidates.
United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin 6102 Layton Avenue
Greenfield, WI 53220