UD at Home

“My children have really enjoyed the in-class presentations from UD so this website will be a great way for us to keep learning and talking about topics at home.” -Heather Lee, Parent


 Welcome to UD at Home. We invite you to explore this fun and informative space with your family. Contact us if you’d like to learn more about UD class and our conversations about compassion and respect. Have fun learning in your living room! 

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Sea Stars

orange and white sea stars

Food Allergies


Physical Disabilities

sled hockey player

Hard of Hearing

child with hearing aid

Low Vision

wide-eyed child

Autism Spectrum

children who are friends

Learning Disabilities

kids doing school work

Developmental Disabilities

child learning to feed himself

Emotional & Behavioral

child deep in thought

Why Sea Stars?

Sea stars represent the UD message that we are all the same inside for two very good reasons. 1) Children know that a sea star remakes itself when it loses a limb. This reminds us of people’s resiliency to find new and different ways of solving a challenge. 2) Sea stars come in a variety of striking colors and sizes, yet just like people they are all the same inside.

The sea stars in our logo are physically different from each other. Though they have differences, they are all doing the important work of representing our UD message.

Do you see the curvy line in our logo? It emphasizes the word “abilities” within the word “disabilities.” UD emphasizes all that people with disabilities can do.

Facts About Sea Stars

More Facts About Sea Stars