United Ability (Formerly UCP of Greater Birmingham)

Address: 100 Oslo Cir
Birmingham, AL 35211
Phone: (205) 944-3900 Email: info@unitedability.org Website: https://www.unitedability.org/

United Ability (formerly UCP of Greater Birmingham) has several programs and departments to assist both children and adults with disabilities.

Administration: 205-944-3901

Development: 205-944-3909

Hand in Hand Early Intervention Program:
205-944-3978
The following services are available through Hand In Hand as needed:
Service Coordination- Coordinating services for the child and the family and providing assistance in accessing services within the community

Physical Therapy- Services that focus on strength, balance and movement activities such as sitting, crawling and walking
Occupational Therapy- Services that address sensory development, fine motor skills, feeding and play
Speech- Language Therapy-Services that promote communication skills and speech development
Special Instruction- Specialized training through activities promoting skill development and individualized interaction
Home and Daycare Sessions- Visits to family homes and/or community childcare settings to provide support, therapy, and instruction United Ability’s

Early Intervention Programs serves the following counties through the main office located in Birmingham: Jefferson Shelby Blount St. Clair Etowah DeKalb Cherokee

Hand in Hand Early Learning Program:
205-944-3902
Hand In Hand reflects more than just a state-of-the art early learning program for children and families. It is a place where children of all abilities learn, play and grow together to develop understanding, acceptance and caring for one another. Developing the foundation for future success, children from 6 weeks of age to five years who have delays in one or more areas of development and those who are typically developing learn side by side in 10 spacious classrooms. Both the indoor and outdoor environments work together to provide a variety of opportunities and experiences all children deserve. The early learning program is fully licensed by the Department of Human Resources and nationally accredited by NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children).

Ability Clinic: 205-944-3944
SERVICES INCLUDE:
Evaluation and Assessment
Pain Management
Spasticity Management
Orthotics and Prosthetics
Outpatient Therapy
Physical Therapy
Occupational
Speech Augmentative Communication
Assistive Technology
Care Coordination

For more information on the Ability Clinic and services we provide, nodrezin@unitedability.org or call 205-944-3944.

LINCPoint Adult Day Program: 205-943-5201
Employment Services: 205-943-5200
United Ability Enterprises: 205-943-5252

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