You are invited to attend a free Basics of Guardianship class being hosted by the Utah Parent Center and presented by Guardianship Associates of Utah. Join us for an evening with an expert to learn the answers to these questions and more: What is guardianship and why is it important? How it will affect your young adult as he or she turns 18 years old, reaching the age of majority? How does it affect parents of children with disabilities, as…Find out more »
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A new autism parent support & peer-led support group in Sanpete County. That meets the second and fourth Saturdays of the month with guest speakers each time. Sometimes you will hear from professionals in the area and other times parents will present what they have learned. They don't have a website yet but here is their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SanpeteAutismParentSupport/Find out more »
The Utah Parent Center, Davis County Family to Family Network and Davis School District Special Education invite you to attend a free parent workshop on Parents as Partners in the IEP Process being held Thursday, February 23, 2017 from 6:30-8:30 PM. When ~ Thursday February 23, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM MST Where ~ Utah Parent Center 230 West 200 South Suite 1101 Salt Lake City, UT 84101 This evening workshop will cover topics including: understanding parent's roles, rights and…Find out more »
We have a great workshop coming up at the end of the month! Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 25th! We have Glenn Dyke M.Ed., BCBA coming down from up north to share some valuable strategies on Behavior Management. Because this workshop is paid for by the Autism License Plate monies through the Utah State Board of Education, we have emphasized Autism in the title, but the techniques taught will benefit many other children with disabilities. Come for education and…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.