Independent Living Skills

Provides skills training to enhance the independence of adults with disabilities in their homes, families, and communities.The program provides classes in cooking, assertiveness, relationships, financial management, adjustment to disability, and others as consumer needs dictate. Persons with disabilities can also get help finding accessible housing, receive peer support, and work individually with staff.

One-on-one IL Skills and Advocacy is available. Please contact Aspyn for more information.

UILC Calendar

For DESCRIPTIONS of the classes, click here. For a printable calendar, click here.
Classes and outings are subject to change without notice.

Want to come to a class? Before attending any group, class, or outing you must meet with an UILC staff member.

Need transportation? For information on UILC transportation, Flextrans, and the mainline bus and TRAX routes, please contact UILC staff. Transportation on the UILC Van for all classes and outings is available for people without other transportation options on a first come, first serve basis.

Need Deaf or Hard of Hearing services? Contact Carole for information on the Deaf Expansion Program , including times and dates for the monthly Deaf Expansion Cooking Class! 801-466-5565 (TTY)

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Aspyn Bennett
Aspyn Bennett
Independent Living Skills Specialist
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Debbie Sarah Gamarra
Debbie Sarah Gamarra
Independent Living Skills Specialist
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