Discovery Gateway’s Sensory-Friendly Day Sponsored by Larry H Miller Wednesday, August 3 | 10 am – 6 pm FREE Admission for ASD Families All Children and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder are invited to a free day of play in the museum thanks to a sponsorship from Larry H Miller Charities. We’ll be turning the lights down and reducing noise in the museum. A limited number of noise-cancelling headphones are available upon request.Find out more »
2016 Quality of Life Conference! June 1, 2016 is the last day to register. The fee is $40 and includes lodging, meals and activities. Don't miss the opportunity to increase self-advocacy skills, social network and have a great time! Sample of the agenda items: · Welcome and Leadership/getting to know you activities · Arts and Crafts · Educational presentations such as: Health and Fitness, Financial Information, Language Matters, and other possible topics · Movie under the stars · Hoedown dance…Find out more »
The Coldwell Banker Parkway Pedal is a casual bike ride aimed at raising money for The Autism Council of Utah. The ride will be along the Legacy Parkway trail with distances for beginners to the most experienced riders. After the race, Coldwell Banker will partner with the SaharaCares Foundation for an outdoor celebration. There will be music, food, games, and festivities centered around family fun. Don’t want to ride? Just join us at the Event Center for the activities starting…Find out more »
The Sahara Cares Autism Carnival Saturday, August 27th, 2016 11:00am to 2:00pm Legacy Event Center (Davis County Fairgrounds) in Farmington 151 South 1100 West Farmington, UT Be sure to mark your calendars now for the 2016 Autumn Carnival for Autism! You won't want to miss out on all this year's fun… • Carnival games • Clowns & face painting • Information fair • Lunch & more! • Water Park Area bring your towels and swimsuits. • Inflatable playground equipment •…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.