Mark Innocenti Reflects on Research, Early Intervention at IDRPP
Mark Innocenti reflects on the Institute's early days, the progress of preschool and early intervention for children with disabilities over the years, and some landmark Institute projects of the past: The National Children's Study and Pay for Success.
Over the Counter Hearing Aids
This blog post discusses the FDA's new category of OTC hearing aids, allowing consumers to purchase hearing aids at a fraction of prescription devices.
Pyramid Model Basic Resources
The resources are to help teachers and caregivers support positive social-emotional growth for children.
School-To-Work Initiative: Braided Funding and Customized Employment for Students with Significant Disabilities
Using a multi-agency, collaborative approach, the Utah School-to-Work Interagency Transition Initiative coordinated employment services for transition-age youth with significant disabilities who would benefit from the discovery process to achieve competitive integrated employment.
Smartphone Voting Pilot Program for Disabled Voters
Do you have a disability and want to submit an electronic ballot? Sign up by November 1 if you are a Utah County resident and would like to vote electronically.
Voting Equity: Ensuring Equal Access for Voters with Print Disabilities
Every voter with a disability should be able to vote at home privately and independently like every other voter. Unfortunately, only a few counties in Utah provide electronic ballot delivery and return. This video demonstrates why a statewide system is overdue.