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Unified Community Connections (Unified), formally United Cerebral Palsy of Central Maryland, was founded in 1953 and began offering its first day program to 10 children with disabilities in 1964 when families and advocates voiced the need for services for their children to learn new skills, receive therapies, and participate in their communities.   In the 1980s,…

Unified’s Golf Classic Raises $71,000

Unified is proud to share that it’s 16th Annual Golf Classic that took place on Monday, May 2 at the exclusive Elkridge Club in Baltimore raised more than $71,000 for programs and services that Unified provides to people with disabilities. Chaired by Matt Lenihan, Scott Rodgville, and Chris Forhan the day long benefit included 18…

Unified to be at World of Possibilities Disabilities Expo

Unified is excited to be participating in the World of Possibilities Disabilities Expo next Saturday, April 9 at the Clarion Inn Frederick Event Center. If you or someone in your family has a disability this event will be a great resource for you. See below for all the details.

Unified Community Connections

Connecting people with disabilities to life’s possibilities

Unified Community Connections is a private, nonprofit organization that serves, assists and advocates for children and adults with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities. Headquartered in Sparks, Md., Unified Community Connections has four satellite centers throughout Maryland, enabling the organization to provide programs and services throughout the state. Learn more about us.

The services and programs of Unified Community Connections operate on a nondiscriminatory basis. They are subject to the provisions of Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 and the Hill Burton Act. These acts prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age and disability. Unified Community Connections’ nondiscriminatory position applies to employment, admissions, provisions of services, assignment of services, granting of privileges, accommodations, and opportunity to participate in programs and activities.