Community Resources – Disability Information

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Information on Various Disabilities

Brain Injury Association of UT, Inc.

1800 South West Temple, Suite 203-22
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
801-484-2240; 800- 281-8442 (in UT)

United Cerebral Palsy of UT

[email protected]
1018 West Atherton Drive, Suite A103
P.O. Box 70309
West Valley City, UT 84170-0309
801-266-1805; 888-UCP-UTAH

Epilepsy Association of Utah
This site has been designed as a resource for families and individuals in Utah who suffer from the effects of epilepsy. We aim not only to provide first aid and research information to the public, but also to offer a ray of hope to those who deal with this problem every day.

Utah Prader-Willi Syndrome Association
The mission of the Utah Prader-Willi Syndrome Association is to provide families and professionals with a network of support, resources and information, to promote awareness of the syndrome and raise funds that will directly benefit Utahn’s with PWS. In addition, the association facilitates opportunities to congregate pro-active individuals who can pool talents, resources, ingenuity and vision to produce more options, increase quality of life, and create a brighter future for individuals with PWS.

Autism Council of Utah
The Autism Council of Utah is an independent council working to foster collaboration, communication, and learning among families and agencies. Our aim is to promote access to resources and responsible information for individuals of all ages who have, or are affected by autism, or related conditions.

Up With Downs
Up With Downs is the Utah County charter of the Utah Down Syndrome foundation. The UDSF was established in 1977 to provide support, training, counseling and education to individuals with Down Syndrome, their parents and families and the community.

Fragile X Association of Utah
National Fragile X Foundation have been committed since the organization was formed in 1984 to help families, spread awareness, find improved treatments, and support research leading to an eventual cure for all Fragile X-associated Disorders.