Programs

Adult Services

United Cerebral Palsy of San Luis Obispo provides a variety of programs for adults with disabilities which support independence and community building with a focus on inclusion and personal growth.

Community Interaction Program (CIP) Transportation: Door-to-door group transportation throughout San Luis Obispo County in the evenings and weekends.

CIP Tours: Vacations to destinations outside San Luis Obispo County, such as Santa Cruz, Disneyland, Baja Mexico, San Diego, New Mexico, and other fun locations.

Leisure Clubs: Saturday outings to various destinations in San Luis Obispo County. Activities, door-to-door transportation, meals, and staff support are all included in the Leisure Club fee.

Kids & Teens Clubs: Saturday outings to various destinations in San Luis Obispo County designated for kids and teens.  Different outings will address different age ranges.  Activities, door-to-door transportation, meals, and staff support are all included in the Kids & Teens Club fee.

Kids Night Out: An every other month activity meant to give kids and teens an opportunity to socialize and enjoy activities within the community.  Whereas Kids & Teens club focus on going out into the community, Kids Night Out is instead focused on finding an open recreational space and creating socializing opportunities for kids with developmental disabilities, along with their similar aged siblings and other friends.

Camp Kelley Creek: A week long residential camp in June 2010 for adults with developmental disabilities, held just outside the city of Arroyo Grande at Camp Arroyo Grande.

Family Services

United Cerebral Palsy is dedicated to supporting families with children with disabilities.

Respite Care: We provide outstanding respite care to families who qualify through Tri-Counties Regional Center. Click the Respite Care link to learn about Respite Care programs and how they can assist you. Additionally, we have various teen programs that you can discover by clicking our Youth Services link.

While not a Program, but instead a UCP of SLO County Affiliate, Parents Helping Parents invites parents of children with disabilities to their learning libraries, along with various workshop opportunities to help build networks and knowledge for families.  Visit our Affiliate section to see more information on Parents Helping Parents.