What is GCPA?

GCPA is an organization dedicated to giving families hope for their family members that are facing disabilities, and those who are supporting their growth.

Beginning in 1950, GCPA was created to ensure that younger children are serviced as soon as possible to increase their development and mobility within the future. With dedicated staff, therapists, and administrators, GCPA goes the extra mile to ensure that children and their families are equipped to support their child and foster a progressive environment for development.

Throughout the school year and summer, GCPA continues to provide quality services for children with disabilities. This includes:

    • Speech, physical, occupational, and feeding therapies are available to our children five days a week.
    • On each of those days, our infants and toddlers receive cognitive therapy and social stimulation in our classrooms.
    • A GCPA counselor provides family/caregiver group and individual counseling in the areas of grief, community access, and action plans related to an infant-toddler’s presenting disabilities.
    • Counselors, teachers, certified nursing assistants, and therapists provide parent education and healthcare support in the areas of feeding and play therapy.
    • The program coordinator, teachers, assistants, certified nursing assistants, and therapists provide home visitations.
Greensboro Cerebral Palsy Associaton