United Services for Children
United Services for Children is a nonprofit organization that provides pediatric therapy, early intervention and family support services. For more than 40 years, United Services has been a leader in preparing children of all abilities to reach their full potential.
Early Intervention Services focus on children up to 36 months old who have a developmental delay or diagnosed disability and are currently receiving services through Missouri First Steps. This program provides a vital beginning to a child’s developmental progress.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Family Support welcomes new families into the agency, and provides moms and dads with necessary information to make them feel at home at United Services.
Donate & Sponsor
You don’t have to be a therapist or teacher to help transform a child’s life. Anyone can do it, simply by making a donation to United Services for Children. With your help, a child who cannot communicate will learn to talk. A girl who cannot use her legs will learn to walk. A boy trapped in his own world will start making friends. Families who fear tomorrow will discover a future full of hope and possibility. The life-changing services we provide are only possible thanks to people like you. So please, donate today. Help children of all abilities reach their full potential.Donate Today Become a Sponsor
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