Invisible Conditions

Utah’s Invisible Conditions Alert Program, created by the Utah Legislature during the 2023 Legislative Session, is a voluntary program that allows a person with a qualifying physical or mental condition to have a decal placed on a driver’s license or ID card.

Utah’s Invisible Condition Alert Program is designed to promptly notify first responders about a person’s invisible condition that may directly impact the person’s ability to communicate. Early identification of an invisible condition during interactions allows first responders such as law enforcement, firefighters, or emergency medical personnel to approach situations with heightened awareness and respond appropriately.

The State of Utah will, upon your request, add a notification that you have an invisible condition to your driver’s license.  

You can download the form here.  It requires the healthcare provider that made an eligible diagnosis to complete part of the form.  If I have evaluated you and made a diagnosis of: 

  • Autism spectrum disorder

  • Developmental disability

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder

  • Schizophrenia

  • Traumatic brain injury

fill out your part of the form, send it to me and I will complete and submit the healthcare section.