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The Utah Developmental Disabilities Council will advocate, build capacity and encourage systems change to support people with disabilities and their families to fully and independently participate in their communities.
UDDC Projects, including this website, are funded by
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration on Community Living.
Developmental Disabilities Council office has moved to Murray. The new centrally-located office is just off I-15 and easily accessible by Trax, Frontrunner and bus. Our new address is 5296 S Commerce Drive, Suite 305 and is right next door to the new offices of the Utah Parent Center. We would like to say thank you to the Asian Association of Utah for hosting us for many years. We invite the public to come visit us in our new location after November 1, 2020. (Due to the COVID response and the Governor’s Stay Safe, Stay Home order, our offices are lightly staffed, so please contact Council Staff prior to arriving at the office to be sure someone is there to serve you.)
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Utah Developmental Disabilities Council 2020 Advocacy Awards The UDDC Advocacy Award is given to an individual who has made a commitment to improving the lives of Utahns with disabilities. The […]
COVID-19 Resources and Information We at the UDDC recognize that we are all impacted by COVID-19 differently. We also understand that many are working to overcome uneasy feelings, disruptions to […]