The Utah Parent Center (UPC) joins in grief with the family of Linden Cameron, the 13 year old boy living with autism who was severely injured in an officer-involved shooting over this past weekend. The Utah Parent Center understands all too intimately, the reality that individuals with disabilities are significantly more likely to have negative…Details
Are you interested in becoming part of the Utah Parent Center team? The Utah Parent Center’s Careers page will provide you up-to-date information about current openings. The Utah Parent Center is an award-winning training and information center founded in 1983 by parents of children and youth with all disabilities to help other parents facing similar…Details
The Utah Parent Center receives many requests to distribute or advertise research and research surveys to our constituency through our email list. We have set up this web page to provide links to those opportunities to those who may be interested in participating. To see current opportunities, visit: https://utahparentcenter.org/surveys.
Please help the Utah Department of Health better understand what the needs of your family are in raising a child, youth or young adult with special health care needs. Your Voice Counts! Take survey! The Utah Department of Health (UDOH) Bureau of Children with Special Health Care Needs is conducting a needs assessment. The aim…Details
The Utah Parent Center is committed to making utahparentcenter.org compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). A new website is under development . At this time we recognize that not all areas of our website are ADA compliant. We are currently in the process of redesigning and creating new website content to be compliant…Details
Are you looking to gain a better knowledge of the IEP Process? Then plan to attend a Utah Parent Center IEP workshop. The Utah Parent Center IEP workshops help parents understand their role, rights and responsibilities in the IEP process. Parents will learn how to effectively prepare for, participate in and follow-up on IEP meetings…Details