UCP North Carolina & Virginia

Child & Family Centers

Upcoming Events

  1. Gaddy Center Book Week

    Nov 3

    Join us in celebrating the importance of literature and instilling a love of reading in children at a young age. Parents are invited to read to their child's class; and children can have fun dressing up for Book Character Day.

  2. Gaddy Center Book Character Day

    Nov 6

    Please have your child come in dressed up as their favorite book character. It should be a fun day getting to learn about each child's favorite book and book character! 

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Links & Resources

  • Wake County SmartStart

    Ensure children in Wake County, birth to five, are prepared for success in school and in life

  • North Carolina Infant Toddler Program

    The Infant-Toddler Program provides supports and services for families and their children, birth to three who have special needs.

  • Family Support Network of Wake County

    A non-profit organization dedicated to supporting, educating, and informing families of children with special needs.

  • Project Enlightenment

    Is a valuable resource for parents through counseling, workshops, and other forms of aid. As well as community events such as their Annual Book Sale.

Our Center's Services

Quality Inclusive Child Care

This Center provides child care services for children 6 weeks thru Preschool with and without disabilities.  Our early childhood curriculum emphasizes best practices to maximize each child’s physical, social-emotional, cognitive, and language development.

Pediatric Speech-Language Therapy

Speech Language therapy addresses how well a child understands, expresses and verbalizes speech and language; speech therapy uses a total communication approach, incorporating the use of verbal language, sign language, picture symbols and other forms of augmentative communication to help all children communicate effectively. Speech Therapy also addresses oral motor and feeding issues. 

Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy addresses fine motor skills, eye hand coordination, core strengthening, sensory processing, self-feeding, self care and motor planning through play. Occupational therapy also addresses oral motor and feeding issues. 

Pediatric Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy helps develop the strength, balance, coordination, tone mobility, movement and range of motion young children need to move easily and effectively throughout their environment. Our physial therapist assists with posture and positioning support needed to successfully participate in all areas of learning. 

What Parents are Saying

"I feel that everyone has been helpful with observing and meeting the developmental needs for my son."

- Eugena Blalock, Raleigh, NC