Options for Independence



Schedule - Information/Support Groups



Schedule - Youth Groups


Youth Program: OPTIONS' Youth Program is for youth with all kinds of disabilities, ages 14 to 30. Activities provide the opportunity to learn, grow and just have fun with peers! More information on the following activities is "To Be Announced" (TBA). Contact Jennie at jostermiller@optionsind.org  or (435) 753-5353 ext. 104.  Don't forget to give Jennie your email so she can keep you updated!




* OPTIONS' staff can be contacted at 435.753.5353 or 1.800.753.2344 for information/support & youth group agendas and transportation needs (no cost). 7.1.1 Relay Utah, 888.346.3162 Spanish Relay.



Information/Support Groups


The following information/support groups are currently available through OPTIONS for Independence. Participation is open to residents of Box Elder, Cache and Rich Counties.


Autism Spectrum Disorders groups are held to offer support, guest speakers and community awareness to individuals with autism spectrum disorders, family members and anyone with a personal interest.


Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired (DSBVI) Clinics

Low vision needs are addressed at clinics conducted by the Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired (DSBVI) in conjunction with OPTIONS. Individuals must have a referral from an eye care professional in order to participate.

Open to people with all kinds of disabilities. Learn basic skills for living life independently and to the fullest. Topics are prioritized by need and participant selection.


Individualized Support for Students with Disabilities and Families in Box Elder County is offered on information, referral, advocacy, skills training, etc. to help solve problems and provide answers to questions. A certified Individualized Education Program (IEP) Coach is available to assist in these areas as well as helping students set goals and attend IEPs.


Low Vision support groups are held in Logan for adults age 55 and older who have visual disabilities, macular degeneration and/or retinal disease. Activities include sharing concerns and feelings of isolation, problem solving techniques, tips on how to adapt the living environment, guest speakers and community awareness.


Arranged individually as needed. Receive support and training on resources available in the community from those who have "been there; done that" and want to share with others.


Participants with disabilities meet to learn new adaptive skills for quilting. Completed quilts are donated to charitable organizations.