Autism Assistive Technology
The Utah Parent Center has additional information and resources on Assitive Technology for individuals with Autism and other disabilities on their Assistive Technology page.
This resource list was updated July 2017.
Former electrical engineer from the University of Utah who offers an online catalog of assistive technology devices and aides.
Utah Augmentative Alternative Assistive Communication and Technology Teams (UAAACT)
Locations: Various locations throughout the state
Established in 1987 by the Utah State Office of Education, the UAAACT project is dedicated to improving the communication skills of students with disabilities across the state of Utah.
Utah Assistive Technology Foundation
6835 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-6835
The Utah Assistive Technology Foundation is a private, non-profit organization that works with Zion’s Bank of Utah to provide low-interest loans to purchase assistive technology and telework devices. The UATF also offers small grants of $250 or less on a limited basis through non-federal funding to families who meet federal poverty guidelines. Their goal is to assist Utahans with disabilities by enhancing their independence, education, employment, and quality of life through assistive technology.
Utah Assistive Technology Program
Utah State University/Center for Persons with Disabilities
Janet Quinney Lawson Building on USU Campus
6855 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-6835
435-797-3824 or toll-free in Utah (800) 524-5152
The Utah Assistive Technology Program (UATP) helps individuals with disabilities, their family members, and providers with information about available assistive technology (AT). They also provide AT training, funding and information resources.
Utah Center for Assistive Technology
1595 West 500 South (Judy Ann Buffmire Building)
Salt Lake City, UT 84104
The Utah Center for Assistive Technology is a statewide resource offering information and technical services to help individuals with disabilities in the state of Utah acquire and use assistive technology devices.
Utah State Library Program for the Blind and Disabled
250 North 1950 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
The Program for the Blind and Disabled provides the kinds of materials found in public libraries in formats accessible to the blind and disabled. Books and magazines are available in braille, in large print, on audio cassettes, and on audio digital books. Services are provided by the Utah State Library Division in cooperation with the Library of Congress, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Services are provided free of charge to eligible readers.
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