Cerebral Palsy of Ulster County, Celebrating over 60 years of service to the Mid-Hudson Valley

Join us for a Job Fair on Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 from 1pm to 5pm at CRC. For more information email jobs@cpulster.org or call 845.336.7235.

Mission Statement Cerebral Palsy of Ulster County partners with communities throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley to empower people with disabilities to achieve their highest potential by providing innovative community, educational and residential services.

Your donation can make the difference in the life of a child or an adult with a disability right here in the Hudson Valley. Becky resides in our Lasher Residence and attends our Day Treatment Program. You can always find Becky sharing her beautiful smile! Your generous donation can help us make more smiles happen every day!"

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Featured Programs

Article 28 Clinic

Out-patient services for children and adults are provided by qualified health care providers at our facility on Tuytenbridge Road in Lake Katrine.

Children's Residential Program (CRP)

The residence is a co-ed facility that is staffed 24 hours a day. The program provides medication administration, coordination of medical services daily living skills assistance, recreation, education, occupational, speech, and physical therapy.

Day Treatment

Cerebral Palsy of Ulster County Day Treatment program is an adult program that meets the needs of persons with developmental disabilities by providing a planned combination of diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitative services.

Early Intervention

The Early Intervention Program is a statewide program administered locally, providing a wide array of services to eligible infants and toddlers with disabilities or special needs, and their families.

Family Support Services

As part of our outreach service Family Support Services (FSS) is a short-term reimbursement program that assists families with the care of their child with developmental disabilities who is living at home.

HUD Housing

The Ulster Accessible Apartments, which are located in Port Ewen offer 13 architecturally barrier-free apartments. These apartments were funded through a federal Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grant.

Individualized Residential Alternatives (IRA)

The programs range from IRA’s that provide 24 hour “total’ care to an innovative supportive apartment complex for consumers who have the capacity to care for themselves with reduced staff supports.

Individual Support Services

Individual Supports and Services (ISS) is a housing subsidy program that assists individuals with developmental disabilities that are looking for alternatives to the traditional group home setting.

Intermediate Care Facility (ICF)

These facilities provide 24 hour quality care to persons who have severe physical, medical and cognitive disabilities. With a highly trained workforce, a home environment, physical assistance and training, residents feel comfortable at home.

Medicaid Service Coordination (MSC)

Service Coordination is a state service plan that assists individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in gaining access to services and support appropriate to their needs. It is designed to help individuals strive for the highest quality of life.

Preschool Educational Service

Cerebral Palsy of Ulster County Preschool Program is center-based, offering an integrated setting for students ages three to five at two locations in the Kingston areas (Webster Street and Tuytenbridge Road).

Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP)

QIDPs ensure environmental supports, service design and delivery promote independence and health and safety. QIDPs coordinate programmatic, medical, dietary and the vocational aspects of an individual’s program.


Respite recreation program is specifically designed to benefit the families of children with disabilities. All sessions are during the day on site at the Community Rehabilitation Center in Lake Katrine.

School Age Educational Services

Technology-Related Assistance for Individuals with Disabilities (TRAID)

TRAID Project exists to provide individuals with disabilities access to assistive technology that allows them to maximize independence in the home, school, employment and community environments.

Vocational/Employment Services