United Cerebral Palsy of Stanislaus and Tuolumne Counties has a new executive director but he's a familiar name to many. Scott Webb, former executive director of the Modesto-based Carole Sund/ Carrington Memorial Reward Foundation, has been Modesto-based UCP's top official since April 1. He said he's taken over an outstanding organization and will lead an expansion program. Webb, 48, said UCP for the first time will offer services for children with disabilities and their families. UCP also is developing three employment training programs for the disabled and will be offering services in Tuolumne County for the first time. He said UCP serves 200 clients a day, and 70 percent of them have disabilities other than cerebral palsy. The Carole Sund/ Carrington Memorial Reward Foundation suspended operations in August. UCP's last executive director, Robert Lonczak, left in December. He was replaced by an interim director before Webb came on board. UCP has provided services, programs and advocacy for those with cerebral palsy and other disabilities since 1979, according to its Web site. Webb said he has 24 years of experience in the nonprofit world.