The Children’s Center in conjunction with the University of Utah Speech Language and Hearing Clinic are again offering ~ Summer Social Skills Groups for children ages 4-9 years old with: autism spectrum disorders and/or social communication difficulties Where: The Children’s Center, 350 South 400 East, SLC, UT 84111 When: Wednesdays, 6/17/15 – 8/5/15 for 7 weeks (there will be one week off) How long: 1 ½ hour sessions, 1 day per week Cost: $300 for 7-week groups Small group size (3:1…Find out more »
Friday, July 31–Special Needs Rodeo! Free event for individuals with special needs and their families. Will be held in Heber City. Go to http://specialneedsstampede.tripod.com/ for more info or to register to enter the rodeo. Begins at 9 a.m. with a Princess Contest for all of those young cowgirls who would like to enter. Check in will be at 8:30 Rodeo will kickoff at 10 a.m. Check in is at 9:30. This event will be open to the first 100 contestants…Find out more »
The AMCU Golf Tournament which will raise money to benefit the Autism Council of Utah will be held on August 26th, 2015. 7:00 am ~ Registration and Breakfast 8:00am ~ Shotgun Start 1:00pm ~ Awards Luncheon and Raffle Hole In One ~ Wins A NEW Car ~ Sponsored By: Doug Smith Bountiful Ridge Golf Course ~ 2430 Bountiful Blvd, Bountiful, Utah 84010 If you have any questions, please contact ~ American United FCU ~ Stephanie Braun ~ 2687 West 7800 South, West…Find out more »
The Parkway Pedal is a casual bike ride along the Legacy Parkway and Jordan River Parkway trails. The ride will start and finish at the Utah Culture Celebration Center at 1355 West 3100 South. Riders can choose from various routes that will vary in length for beginners to the most experienced riders. After the race, there will be music, food trucks, games, and festivities centered around family fun. Don’t want to ride? Just join us at the Culture Center for…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.