The Utah Parent Center (UPC) helps parents help their children, youth and young adults with all disabilities to live included, productive lives as members of the community by providing accurate information, empathetic peer support, valuable training and effective advocacy based on the concept of parents helping parents.
All Park City Transit buses are ADA accessible. The Park City Mobility Bus provides door-to-door para-transit service to ADA certified passengers who cannot ride the fixed route service. For an ADA Eligibility Application or for further information, click the image or contact the Transit Office at (435) 615-5353, TTY (435) 615-7041 or 711, TTY En Espanol (888) 346-3162.
Park City READS is a local nonprofit advocating for recognition and education of dyslexic students. They promote elevating literacy through early identification of struggling readers, effective reading interventions and appropriate classroom accommodations. They provide resources and support to families with struggling readers, particularly those identified as dyslexic.
Bridge21 is working on creating housing options offering support for a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. Through private and public collaboration, we are developing an atmosphere of love and protection, while providing a platform for life without limits.
The Division Of Services for People with Disabilities (DSPD) serves people with significant disabilities- Respite, Community, Residential and Employment Services. To apply for services: click the image or call 844-275-3773 or go to the local DSPD agency.