The Wasatch Transition Fair that was held at Wasatch high school on Thursday, April 28.
This was a fantastic opportunity for so many resources to gather in one place with the idea to share each of our purposes that would help and support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Our executive Director Deb Hartley was joined by Emily Fine and Wendy Rutherford.
It was such a fun and wonderful event
Local non-profit sets housing goals for a neurodiverse community in Park City
Bridge21ParkCity, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has formalized its five-year plan, which includes ambitious attainable housing goals and the development of an inclusive neurodiverse community in Park City.
Bridge21ParkCity aims to be the “bridge” between neurodiverse adults aged 21 and over by creating a housing community within Park City. While the organization is keenly focused on the needs of autistic residents and those on the spectrum, it also encompasses those with Intellectual Developmental Disabilities, also referred to as IDD.
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