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To advance the independence, productivity, and full citizenship of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.



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L to R: Amanda and Jalissa

Meet the New Leaders

Meet Jalissa and Amanda, the 2016 President and Vice President of our Self Advocacy Group!

The Self Advocacy Group unites individuals with disabilities who are seeking to enhance their input into government policies, perceptions and the services that affect them. The group addresses housing, legislation, employment and transportation issues and is affiliated with the NYS Self-Advocacy Association.

“It feels perfect to be president,” Jalissa said. “I am very happy.”

“It feels really good,” Amanda said.

The two said that they are dedicated to serving the individuals of UCP Suffolk.

“I want to make sure that everyone gets what they need and that they are able to address all of their needs,” Jalissa said. “I want everyone to know what it takes to be an effective self-advocate.

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