If you are looking for ways to ~ Light It Up Blue ~ you can find some amazing ideas on the Autism Speaks link below. http://www.autismspeaks.org/blog/2015/03/18/5-ways-you-can-light-it-blue-world-autism-awareness-dayFind out more »
Southern Utah Autism Support Group ~ Lightening It Up Blue For April Autism Awareness Month! Join them in Lighting It Up BLUE in Southern Utah by purchasing a Blue Light Bulb through their organization for $2.00 per bulb. Follow the Southern Utah Autism Support Group on Facebook at ~ http://www.facebook.com/SouthernUtahAutismSupportGroup Websites ~ email@example.com & www.southernUtahASG.orgFind out more »
Wiggly Worm Sensory Class is starting on Tuesday April 14th. We are now taking registrations! Here is what you will gain in this 8 class series: -A better understanding of each of the sensory areas and how they function -Ability to recognize sensory processing issues in your child -A personalized set of easy and effective strategies you can use at home to make your child’s world a more sensory friendly place and make your every day life easier https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1G5ssZlVUw Call…Find out more »
Teen Film Festival at the Salt Lake Library. “How to Dance in Ohio” The film focuses on high school aged kids with autism preparing to attend PROM. One of the main characters of the film Caroline Mckenzie and Her mother will be on hand for a post film Question & AnswerFind out more »
Zumbathon Charity Event for the Autism Council of Utah Join us for an epic party to raise awareness about autism and support the Autism Council of Utah Pre-Sale Tickets will be available soon Date: April 25, 2015 Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm (We will dance from 5:30-7, raffle to be held at the end so stick around!) Location: Dimple Dell Dimple Dell Fitness & Recreation Center in Sandy Ticket Price: Pre-Sale $10 At-the-door $15 *pre-sale tickets will be available until…Find out more »
The Autism Council of Utah is an independent council working to foster collaboration, communication, and learning among families and agencies. Our aim is to enable each person of any age who has autism or a related disorder, and their families, to have access to resources and responsible information. The Council will accomplish this by promoting statewide partnerships to collaborate on special projects, research and training.