Rights & Resources


UDS supports a person’s right to live, learn, work and recreate in the community through individual membership and inclusion. Our Adult Services Handbook represents our commitment to the people we serve and what to expect when participating in our programs and services. The handbook is reviewed annually and we encourage you to Contact Us with any additional questions you may have.



It is important to know what your rights are and how to exercise them during your participation in UDS programs and services. Your Program Representative will review these rights with you in a way that you can understand them by using a variety of different formats in order to ensure the intent of each right is understood by you and/or your guardian/advocate. Staff members are trained on a regular basis on ways to respect and promote your rights in daily activities and our goal is to help enhance your rights as part of program participation.