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AT Lab Opens Satellite in Uintah Basin

Sue Reeves


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The Utah Assistive Technology Project, part of Utah State University's Center for Persons with Disabilities, is expanding its AT lab into the Uintah Basin. UATP is holding public meetings on Thursday, Sept. 17, to explain how people can get and use assistive technology to become more independent and increase the quality of their lives.

The meetings will take place at 10 a.m. at the Uintah Basin Regional Campuses at 987 E. Lagoon St., Room CB 119 in Roosevelt, and at 320 N. Aggie Blvd., Room B135 in Vernal.

People with disabilities, seniors, caregivers, health care providers, special educators and parents of children with special health care needs, as well as the public, are invited to attend.

RSVP to or 435-797-0699, ext. 1. Please note if you require accommodations to attend the presentation.

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