United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida

Student Gabriel Otero (right) delights in working with Play Doh, with student assistant Elyse Mundelein (left) and Edrese Ponders (center) during class on opening day of the new East Orange/Bailes Campus of United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida, Wednesday. UCP, a non-profit that helps special needs children with various developmental disabilities, opened its new 30,000-square-foot research-based campus near the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000150" title="University of Central Florida" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/university-of-central-florida-OREDU0000150.topic">University of Central Florida</a>, Wednesday. The $9.2 million project will house a charter school for pre-kindergarten through third-grade students and therapy for young people up to age 21.

( JOE BURBANK, ORLANDO SENTINEL / September 30, 2009 )

Student Gabriel Otero (right) delights in working with Play Doh, with student assistant Elyse Mundelein (left) and Edrese Ponders (center) during class on opening day of the new East Orange/Bailes Campus of United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida, Wednesday. UCP, a non-profit that helps special needs children with various developmental disabilities, opened its new 30,000-square-foot research-based campus near the University of Central Florida, Wednesday. The $9.2 million project will house a charter school for pre-kindergarten through third-grade students and therapy for young people up to age 21.

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