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Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Check back, we'll update this as our circumstances change.
The changes to our operations will continue until further notice.
The Utah Assistive Technology Program's financing (assistive technology loans, small business loans and small grants) will continue! This service is available to Utahns with disabilities, statewide. To find out more, visit our website or call 800-524-5152.
Our Logan and Uintah Basin locations will continue operating by appointment. Call us! We may be able to help you over the phone or video chat, or by appointment. For more information contact Cameron Cressall in the Uintah Basin and Dan O'Crowley in Logan.
Our Salt Lake City location will reopen on a limited basis starting Tuesday, August 11, but only by prior appointment. Clients and donations will be received on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Clients who need a wheelchair from UATP may email Carolyn Lynch or call 801-887-9390 to set up an appointment.
Donation drop-offs may take place Tuesday and Thursday mornings, by appointment ONLY. Please email Carolyn Lynch or call 801-887-9390 to find out if your equipment donation can be accepted. If we can take it we will set up a time. Please do not drop off equipment at the facility.
Ways to see Mom virtually (and not just on Mother's Day). This is a list of messaging and video chat apps. It indicates what each allows the user to do, and which have captions enabled.
The university and community members have teamed up to produce and distribute more than 1650 face shields to health care workers and first responders, some of whom are in very rural areas. We are now directing those who would like to produce face shields to UserveUtah. They have drop boxes in Logan, Salt Lake City, Panguitch, Provo, Fairview, Ogden, Enoch and Delta.