Episode #108: Michigan United Cerebral Palsy

In this episode of Open Book, we hear from Leslynn Angel, President and CEO of Michigan United Cerebral Palsy, and Mike Ward who is on the Board of Directors.

MI-UCP (Michigan United Cerebral Palsy) was founded on the belief that everyone has the right to live to the best of their abilities and go as far as their ambitions will take them. They have been an ally and an advocate for the 2.3 million Michiganders with disabilities since 1949. As one of Michigan’s largest sources of support, education, referrals, and services for people with disabilities and their families, MI-UCP provides assistive technology, financial assistance and tools, advocacy, and employment services to promote equity, independence and inclusion for all. Originally focused on individuals with Cerebral Palsy, currently more than 65 percent of the people MI-UCP serves have a disability other than CP.

Mission: To close the disability divide.
Vison: People with disabilities living to the best of their abilities and ambitions

Website: https://www.mi-ucp.org
Facebook: @michiganucp
Instagram: @mi_ucp

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