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Available Services for Disability Prevalence

Services include: *[ Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias] *[ Baby Watch Early Intervention] provides support and services to families with children from birth to age three years who have developmental delays or disabilities *[ Children with Special Health Care Needs] provides a variety of services and education for families with children with special health care needs *[ Early Hearing Detection and Intervention] resources include the [ Children's Hearing Aid Program, Hearing Aid Recycling Program], newborn hearing screening, CMV education, and other audiology services *[ Living Well] lists a variety of evidence-based programs and workshops in the community that can help you manage health problems such as asthma, diabetes, arthritis, tobacco use, pain management, injury prevention, etc. Alternatively, you can call the Health Resource Line at 1-888-222-2542 to find and register for a class near you. *[ Medicaid] and [ Medicaid Waiver Services] are sources of health care coverage for people with disabilities; available waivers include Acquired Brain Injury Waiver, Aging Waiver, Community Supports Waiver for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities or Other Related Conditions, Medicaid Autism Waiver, Medically Complex Children's Waiver, New Choices Waiver, Physical Disabilities Waiver, and Waiver for Technology Dependent Children *[ The Utah Birth Defect Network] is a statewide, population-based surveillance system that identifies birth defects in children born in Utah and provides education to families on the prevention of birth defects *[ Utah Traumatic Brain Injury Fund] *[ Utah Traumatic Spinal Cord (SCI) and Brain Injury Rehabilitation (TBI) Fund]

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