Portland, OR. United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon & SW Washington (UCP) honored business leaders committed to employing Oregonians who experience intellectual and developmental disabilities. The happy hour event on October 24th was held at The Armory. UCP Employment Solutions Director Melissa Miller posed with a group from Bridge Law including Partner Kelsyn Bevins, Jay, who is a Bridge Law supported employee, and Bridge Law Partner Lewis Farmer.
The happy hour event included micro-workshops to educate businesses interested in supported employment. Partnering for Easy Recruitment, The Etiquette of Inclusion, and Diverse Job Descriptions. More information about Employment Solutions can be found under Services at ucporegon.org.
From UCP Oregon:
UCP Oregon began in 1955 by supporting adults who experienced cerebral palsy. But today we do so much more than that! We assist adults and kids of all ages, who experience all kinds of developmental disabilities.
About Employment Solutions: