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Autism Day at Discovery Gateway exceeds expectations

(copied from http://www.cpdusu.org/featuredstories/DGautismday/) Jul 05, 2012 Last week, 449 people came together at Discovery Gateway in Salt Lake City for something many of them couldn’t ordinarily enjoy: a day at the museum with their families. They all had at least one family member with autism spectrum disorder. Parents of children with autism can have a...
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Infant Massage Classes

2 classes being offered: 1 in Provo and 1 in Salt Lake Sensational Baby Infant Massage Class Infant Massage USA Taught by Crystal Emery Certified Educator of Infant Massage Dates: 5 Fridays, July 27 – Aug 24, 2012 Time: 10:30-11:30am Location: 1185 E 300 N, Provo (Provo Early Intervention) Phone: (801) 946-1860 Cost: $60 for...
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First Responder Training

On June 8th, 2012 Agent Kyle Andersen of tthe Utah Department of Corrections Adult Probation and Parole Division, participated in a “Train the Trainer” workshop sponsored by the Utah State Health Department, on behalf of the Autism Council of Utah.  Training Officers from police departments, fire departments, Salt Lake County Health Department, schools, and various...
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Upcoming Events and Other Info

Summer is in full swing, and we have several events coming up for you to put on your calendar. See the ACU calendar for more info on these events–we have posted flyers for most of them. https://autismcouncilofutah.org//get-involved/events/ First, “Autism: Coming of Age” film screening, Thursday, June 28, 6:30 pm, Okazaki Community Meeting room, 155A, Goodwin Humanitarian Building...
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10 Best Reasons You Should Get Your Autism License Plate

The Autism Council of Utah is taking grant applications to provide funding to organizations within the State of Utah that support our mission statement. Part of those funds are received through autism license plate purchases. I invite you to purchase your autism license plate now if you haven’t already. The process is easy and the $25...
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Autism Treatment Account Information

The Autism Treatment Account Advisory Committee, authorized by Utah law, developed a rule to govern administration of the Autism Treatment Account monies. This rule includes qualification criteria and procedures for selecting children who may qualify for assistance from the account; qualifications, criteria, and procedures for evaluating the services and providers to include in the program;...
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