Additional Services

UILC Additional Services are those programs that we offer that do not fall into the "Core Services" categories, but still are impactful to those with disabilities leading independent lives.

Additional Services

Loan Bank

We loan assistive equipment to those who have a temporary need for equipment, such as a person needing equipment while waiting for funding to purchase their own or a person needed a temporary wheelchair while their own is repaired.

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Assistive Technology

The UILC Assistive Technology Program provides assistive technology related services to increase personal independence of people with disabilities at home and in the community.

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Community Integration

Opportunities are provided for persons with disabilities to participate in recreational and leisure activities in the community.

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Deaf Independent Living Services

Assists people who are deaf or hard of hearing to achieve greater independence through providing individual support and classes to gain daily living skills and access needed resources.

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Outreach & Independent Living Skills

The Utah Independent Living Center covers Salt Lake County, Tooele County, and Summit County. This includes areas that may be far from Salt Lake and difficult for consumers to access our regular services. Because of this, the UILC has an outreach program to provide our services to consumers who live outside of the Salt Lake Valley.

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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Resource Facilitation

Simply put, Resource Facilitation helps survivors of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and their families connect to supports in the community. These supports could include assistance in areas such as independent living skills, housing, mental health, coping skills, etc.

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