Ready and Able
This website will host information about employment resources, links to supports and services, and help job seekers find work.
Visit www.readyable.org to learn more and find resources!
Disability 101 Training in partnership with the Utah Department of Health
This training discusses inclusive workplaces and provides best practices and role plays to encourage positive workplaces for all employees. To learn more about this program, review our information sheet by clicking here. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in having access to this training in full or if you would like to have UDDC staff visit your office to conduct the training.
UDDC CPR Resources (click here)
The Utah Developmental Disabilities Council has put together a list of CPR resources. The materials listed are not UDDC materials and while this information is helpful, additional training though a certified provider is recommended.
Disability and Health Report (click here)
A new report shows nearly one in five (17.8%) Utah adults is living with a disability. Adults with disabilities experience significant differences in their health behaviors and overall health compared with adults without disabilities. People with disabilities are more likely to engage in unhealthy behaviors and experience a higher incidence of chronic health conditions. Many of the health outcomes that persons with disabilities are more likely to experience either contribute to the top causes of death or are one of the leading causes of death in the U.S.
Rural Health Disparity Research: Findings and Resources (click here)
In 2016, Utah State University’s Center for People with Disabilities (CPD) conducted research on behalf of the Utah Developmental Disabilities Council (UDDC) to assess the existing health resources in four affected counties. Additionally, the UDDC has reviewed Community Health Assessments (CHA) that include three of the four counties.
Healthcare Roadmap (click here)
This roadmap explains what health coverage is and how to use it to get primary care and preventive services so that you and your family live long, healthy lives.
Charting the LifeCourse Toolkit (click here)
The Charting the LifeCourse Framework was created BY FAMILIES to help individuals and families of all abilities and all ages develop a vision for a good life, think about what they need to know and do, identify how to find or develop supports, and discover what it takes to live the lives they want to live. Charting the LifeCourse™ and LifeCourseTools.com is a project of the University of Missouri–Kansas City Institute for Human Development, Missouri’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Services.
Advocates as Leaders Speakers’ Network (click here)
This is a group of trained speakers with developmental and intellectual disabilities that focus on providing information and experiences related to disability issues, presented through their eyes. Each presentation is designed and presented by self advocates who have expertise in a variety of subjects that impact the lives of people with disabilities. They use their skills to dispel the myths about what people with disabilities truly believe, overcoming life’s challenges, and the opportunities now available to people with disabilities and their families.