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Adult Services

The transition to adult services and programs is recognized as a difficult one for individuals with disabilities.  Equally important is the stress and apprehension it causes parents. These information sheets provide information on self-advocacy, housing, recreation opportunities, service opportunities, supports for adults with disabilities, and transition from high school.

ADA and Transition: Q&A 

How the Americans with Disabilities Act supports adults with disabilities.

Entitlement vs. Eligibility – The Big Shift

When you leave public school, services will be different than what you’re used to. This information sheet explains these differences.

Help Your Young Adult Learn About Accessing Accommodations after High School 

Asking for accommodations as an adult can be intimidating. This information sheet gives practical tips on understanding what accommodations you might need and how to ask for them.

Independent Living Centers of Utah 

The purpose of Utah’s independent living centers is to assist persons with disabilities in achieving greater independence by providing services, assistive technology, and activities which enhance independent living skills and promote public understanding, accommodation and acceptance of their rights, needs and abilities. This information sheet gives contact information for each independent living center.

Options for Independent and Supported Living

Learn about the many options available for independent and supported living.

Other Transition Concerns for Parents

This information sheet helps parents identify and problem solve challenges in adult living.

Preparing for Independent Living

Explore options and learn what is necessary to prepare for independent living.

Services for Adults with Disabilities

Information on agencies and services for adults with disabilities.