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  • 1. UCP of Central Florida Mercedes Enos MJEnos22@yahoo.com EEX3241 12/02/2010
  • 2. Introduction
    • UCP of Central Florida serves children with all types of special needs.
    • East Orange/Bailes campus has 21
    • The campus provides onsite therapy and resources.
  • 3. History
    • Founded in 1949 by parents of children with Cerebral Palsy – hence the name United Cerebral Palsy.
    • UCP now offers services to children with all types of disabilities and children without disabilities.
    • UCP is committed believes in inclusion in every aspect of life.
  • 4. Engagement Ativities
    • Volunteered through UCP’s extended day program.
    • Had 4 visits to the campus.
    • Assisted TAs and LTAs throughout daily routine
      • Circle Time
      • Snack
      • Playground
      • Centers
  • 5. Participant Demographics
    • Pre-K, 4-5 years old
    • 4 ELL Students
    • 13 total
      • 2 black, 5 hispanic, 6 white
  • 6. IDEA
    • Exceptionalities include
      • ASD, “A child who manifests the characteristics of autism after age three could be identified as having autism …criteria in paragraph (c)(1)(i).”
      • ADHD, “Other health impairment means having … a heightened alertness to environmental stimuli, that results in limited alertness with respect to the educational environment.”
      • CP“ Orthopedic impairment means a severe orthopedic impairment that adversely affects a child's educational performance.”
      • DD, “as measured by appropriate diagnostic instruments and procedures in 1 or more of the areas of cognitive development, physical development, communication development, social or emotional development, and adaptive development…”
      • EBD, “children whose behavior interferes with their learning and socialization”
  • 7. Service in Action
  • 8. Perceptions of Differences
    • Initial thought/feelings
      • Excited to get involved with extended day program
    • Thoughts now
      • Always glad to help
    • Experiences with the most impact
      • Emotional/Behavioral Disorder
  • 9.
    • EEX3241
    • Planning and Organizing, ch. 2
      • LTAs using carts
      • Planning and coordinating
    • Content Instruction, Units, Ch. 8
      • Using extended day as an extension of school day units
    • Instructional Materials, Ch. 6
      • Working hard on teacher made materials
    Connections to Your Course
  • 10.
    • Civic engagement is rewarding for all involved.
    • Volunteering, especially with students with disabilities opens opportunities that may have not been there before.
    • Service-learning opens doors that a text book never could.
    • Motivated me to do Younglife
    • I would highly recommend students to get excited for there service learning opportunities.
    Civic Engagement
  • 11.