Stephanie’s Journey of Growth and Community Engagement

Stephanie: A Story of Empowerment at URS

At United Rehabilitation Services of Greater Dayton (URS), we are committed to enhancing the lives and fostering the independence of the many individuals with disabilities we serve every day. Your support through planned giving plays a crucial role in empowering adults like Stephanie, a long-time participant in our Adult Day Services.



Overcoming Challenges and Embracing New Opportunities

Stephanie’s journey, especially post-COVID-19, highlights the resilience and adaptability of our clients. Initially facing challenges in becoming active again, Stephanie found a new avenue for growth with the introduction of URS’s Community Integration Program. Encouraged by her family and our team, Stephanie embraced this opportunity with enthusiasm.


Stephanie’s Transformation through Community Activities

Since joining the program, Stephanie’s engagement levels have soared, not just within URS but also in her personal life. Her activities with URS are diverse and enriching, including volunteering at the Boonshoft Museum, participating in exercise sessions at the Kroc Center, and enjoying weekly library visits. Her recent decision to join the URS bowling group is another testament to her growing confidence and social involvement.


A Leader and Role Model Among Peers

Stephanie’s involvement goes beyond participation; she actively contributes to group discussions, offers positive encouragement to her peers, and assists staff and fellow participants in community settings. Her emergence as a leader and her achievement of personal milestones are sources of inspiration to all at URS.


Your Support: The Key to Empowering Lives Like Stephanie’s

The transformative experiences we offer to hundreds of adults like Stephanie are made possible through the generosity of supporters like you. Your contributions enable us to continue providing these vital opportunities and support.


If you wish to learn more about how you can contribute or need any assistance, please feel free to reach out to Dennis G. Grant at 937-853-5414 or Your involvement makes a profound difference in the lives of those we serve at URS.