Erin Butler

last updated 6/23/2018

Erin Butler

Board Member at UCP

Location:
1856 Keats Drive NW, Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Company:
UCP
HQ Phone:
(256) 859-4900

General Information

Education

regular diplomaScranton High School

Recent News  

Meet the YAs | UCP of Huntsville & Tennessee Valley

Erin Butler was born with mild cerebral palsy.
Erin uses a laptop and various applications such as Microsoft Office, Internet, and other software programs. She uses 'Natural Reader' to read her emails and Facebook. Erin also uses a Kindle to read books using a text-to-speech application. In 2005, Erin graduated from Scranton High School in Scranton, Pa. with a regular diploma. For her senior project, Erin wrote a book to help school-aged children understand the meaning of cerebral palsy. After graduation, Erin decided to take a break from school and volunteer at United Neighborhood Centers in Scranton. Erin worked in the ''Angels Attic" program, which provides food and clothing to people in need. In 2007, Erin Butler moved to Huntsville with her parents and the youngest of her three brothers. Erin volunteered at UCP of Huntsville 2008-2012 and worked with children in the preschool playgroup. At UCP, she joined the Young Adult Connections Group to help explore topics and develop ways for people with disabilities to feel more confident in the community, work places, and in social arenas. Presently, Erin is a proud volunteer at Madison Public Library where she shelves books.

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http://ucphuntsville.org/what-we-do/young-adult-connections/meet-the-yas/

Erin Butler was born with mild cerebral palsy.
Erin uses a laptop and various applications such as Microsoft Office, Internet, and other software programs. She uses 'Natural Reader' to read her emails and Facebook. Erin also uses a Kindle to read books using a text-to-speech application. In 2005, Erin graduated from Scranton High School in Scranton, Pa. with a regular diploma. For her senior project, Erin wrote a book to help school-aged children understand the meaning of cerebral palsy. After graduation, Erin decided to take a break from school and volunteer at United Neighborhood Centers in Scranton. Erin worked in the ''Angels Attic" program, which provides food and clothing to people in need. In 2007, Erin Butler moved to Huntsville with her parents and the youngest of her three brothers. Erin volunteered at UCP of Huntsville 2008-2012 and worked with children in the preschool playgroup. At UCP, she joined the Young Adult Connections Group to help explore topics and develop ways for people with disabilities to feel more confident in the community, work places, and in social arenas. Presently, Erin is a proud volunteer at Madison Public Library where she shelves books.

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YA Talent Share | UCP of Huntsville & Tennessee Valley

"Cerebral Palsy is Not Who I Am" by Erin Butler

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