Project Description

ADULT SERVICES

UCP of Arkansas offers a wide array of services for adults, including adult habilitation, Community Employment Services (CES) Waiver, therapy services, Community Living Arrangement, work activity, and supported employment.

Have questions? Want to learn more about our adult services? Contact us.

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NURSING SERVICES

UCP of Arkansas’ Nursing services reach a variety of individuals striving for independence and facing daily challenges, such as living independently with medical issues. We train clients and their staff on matters pertaining to safety, infection control, first aid, medications and CPR.  We work directly with clients, families, therapists and staff to ensure we achieve a holistic approach with all of our clients we serve.

ADULT CENTERS

UCP of Arkansas’ Adult Centers are solely devoted to the individuals we have the privilege to serve every day. We promote independence, friendship, community, love, laughter, and fellowshipThese day programs provide rehabilitation and therapy services to adults with disabilities ages 18+.

LITTLE ROCK ADULT CENTER

JENNIFER PATRICK
10400 West 36th Street

Little Rock, AR 72204
jennifer@ucpcark.org
501-228-3835

NORTH LITTLE ROCK ADULT CENTER

AMBER CARTER
401 Olive Street
North Little Rock, AR 72114
acarter@ucpcark.org
501-379-2667

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR ADULT SERVICES BY CALLING 501.224.6067 OR BY CLICKING HERE

SUPPORTED EMPLOYMENT

UCP of Arkansas supported employment is a “place and training” model as opposed to the “train and place” model found in Sheltered Workshops and Work Activities facilities. We utilize a job coach who is responsible for training individuals living with a disability on job duties and responsibilities. Ultimately, the job coach reduces the time spent with the individual as the individual successfully performs all aspects of the job.

WAIVER SERVICES

The Community Employment Service (CES), commonly referred to as “Medicaid Waiver”, is a Medicaid funded program that provides service and support for individuals so they may live in their community and not institutions or nursing homes.  The CES program is based on a Multi-Agency Plan of Services (MAPS) that provides each program participant with an individualized plan of services and supports to meet their unique needs. Through the ACS program, we are able to provide direct services to individuals across the state.