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How The 4th Of July Inspires
The Developmental Disability Community

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July 1st, 2024

By: UCCS Media


On the 4th of July, people with disabilities will join their fellow Americans in celebrating the independence of our great country. This celebration communicates that independence is an important  part of our 'pursuit for happiness,' as stated in our constitution.


This pursuit of happiness also applies to people who have disabilities. However they need our help! As stakeholders in their care, our role is to help them become more independent so they can begin their pursuit of happiness. 


For people who have a disability, independence can be something as simple as integrating themselves in the community, preparing a meal before going to bed, or communicating their wants and needs to medical professionals or governmental powers. It’s important that we look at this holiday as a beacon that sheds light on the importance of independence.


Recently, our friends at Dollar Tree (located on Ramsen Ave in Brooklyn NY) provided the opportunity for our “individuals' to volunteer in their store. The goal was for them to gain work experience and learn how to become more independent in their everyday lives. They learned how to greet customers, stock store shelves and work with their peers as a team.


As a result of this exciting experience, our individuals continue to grow and become more independent in their communication, community integration and work skills. This we believe will help them pursue happiness which

The 4th Of July represents. 

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Volunteering In Our
Local Community

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We believe that this increase in pay not only benefits our DSP staff but also contributes to a more positive and supportive work environment. Your commitment to our organization and the individuals we serve is greatly valued, and we are committed to continuously investing in our team members.

Thank you for your hard work, dedication, and ongoing commitment to excellence. We look forward to continuing to work together to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those we support.

Thank you,

Our Trip to the Botanical Gardens & Transit Museum

Join Our Team At Unique Care!

Become A Direct Support Professional

My Experience Working As A Direct Support Professional At Unique Care

Unique Care Community Services provides services in the Brooklyn, Bronx, and Queens. We are always looking for new talent to work with our Individuals!

Our Direct Support Positions enable people who are interested in 

a career in public health gain experience needed by working with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

Unique Care Community Services

Our philosophy is to use innovative programs that will engage, encourage, and empower those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We evaluate your needs, devise and implement a plan of action, and monitor its effectiveness to ensure desired outcomes are achieved. We strive to improve you and your family’s quality of life by using innovative, inclusionary, and community-based programs.

A Message From

Donna Dixon

A proud mother of one of our individuals

Parents Receive 38 Hours of Relief
With Overnight Respite

Parents can now take a mini-vacation while we provide overnight care for your loved one! 

Enroll Your Loved One Now

Step 2- Fill Out Referral Form and email
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Step 3- Schedule a Tour of our program

Step 4- Fill out In-Take Application

Step 5- Care Managers must provide Documents

Step 1- HIPPA Privacy Consent

Complete HIPPA Consent 

Contact us at 347-502-2956 to schedule a tour of our facility

Care Managers must submit the following documents:

     -Psychological and Psychosocial Evaluations

     -Level of Care

     -Life Plan

     -Notice of Decision

     -Service Authorization



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For further assistance, please reach out to us or visit our location.


Phone: 347-502-2956

Fax: 718-504-5304     

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