UCP of Arkansas was created in 1957 by families that had children with cerebral palsy. We have grown to be one of the largest service providers in Arkansas and we continue to refer to our employees, parents, individuals we serve, and volunteers as family. Through advocacy and the provision of direct services and supports UCP continues to meet its mission of advancing the independence, productivity and full citizenship for people with disabilities.
Welcome to United Cerebral Palsy of Arkansas!
PAULA RADER has been named the new President and CEO of UCP! Paula has worked at UCP for nearly 24 years and has served in many leadership roles.
Paula started working at UCP in 1992 as an ACS Waiver Supervisor and flourished quickly to other leadership roles. She has been Project STAR Adoption Grant Manager, PAR Project Adoption Grant Manager, Director of Adult Habilitation, Director of Compliance/Program Administrator, and was made Chief Program Officer in 2012.
Paula has a true passion to help people with disabilities and goes above and beyond the call of duty whenever necessary. She is always enthusiastic about the wonderful work that UCP does for others and is happy to pitch in a helping hand.
Congratulations on your new role, Paula!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
Sunday, July 24th from 2pm-4pm UCP and Painting with a Twist team up to bring you Painting with a Purpose!
We will be painting Baby’s Breath at Painting with a Twist in West Little Rock located at 400 North Bowman Road.Tickets are $35 each. UCP receives half of the proceeds raised. Bring a friend, a drink and be prepared to have a lot of fun painting your masterpiece! Click here to reserve your tickets!