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Top Sports

Who:  Participants ages 3 and up with disabilities.

When:  Monday’s, April 23rd- May 21st

Where: Smithfield Youth Center  80 West Center, Smithfield

            We are playing indoor soccer so no cleats
Time:  5:30-6:30  Ages 3-10
           6:30-7:30  Ages 11 and up
Cost: $15.00 per athlete
CONTACT: To register or for questions call or text
                      Erica Lundahl  435-764-0984
                      Emily Larsen   435-512-5093
We encourage all parents, siblings and friends to come and cheer on the soccer players. HOWEVER, only athletes with disabilities will be participating.

Thank you for your understanding

Volunteers are always needed and welcomed at all of our activities. Please let us know if you are interested.

 If you are unable to pay for your child, scholarships are available. Contact Erica @ ericaLundahl74@gmail for more information


Immediate Americorps VISTA opening at the Up to 3 Project at USU!

The Public & School Partnership at Utah State University is looking for an energetic self–starter to serve as an AmeriCorps VISTA member at Utah State University’s Up to 3 Project. As a VISTA member, support parent education and training that promotes children's’ development within their daily routine. Speaking Spanish is a plus. The deadline for applications is May 21, 2018
Your Commitment
 You will serve one full year as a VISTA.
You will work 40 hours each week, Monday through Friday. Occasional weekends may also be required.
You must be a U.S. citizen and over 18 years of age.
You will participate in a pre-service orientation course, PSP trainings, and National Day of Service events.
You will develop and implement strategies that increase parent participation, engagement and motivation in the Up to 3 center’s services and activities.
You will coordinate a new child education program.
Your Benefits
You will receive a living stipend of $1026 during each month of your year as a VISTA.
At the end of your year of service, you will receive a $5,920 Education Award or $1,800 cash stipend. (These benefits are forfeited if you leave prior to the end of your year commitment.)
There is a student loan forbearance option during your service year.
You receive paid personal and medical leave.
You receive paid observed holidays, except for national service days.
Paid professional development opportunities.
To apply for this position, visit us at Click the tab to “For VIS-TAs” and follow the instructions under the section titled “Current Opening: Full Term/Office.” You can also call the VISTA Program Coordinator at 435-797-0633 with questions.

Act Early — Regular screening allows both professionals and families to celebrate progress and identifies useful supports for children who have a developmental delay. For more information, click here.


Below is a list of services we provide to meet your child's individual needs

  • Autism Support- Services using Dr. Stanley Greenspan's DIR model including Floortime for children who have poor social communication and interaction, lack imitation skills needed for learning or have problems responding appropriately to their environment.
  • Assistive technology services- Assessment and instruction to improve the child's movement and communication using technology.
  • Behavior Specialist- Assessment and instruction to address behavior problems and support parents with behavior modification strategies.
  • Counseling- Family and/or individual counseling.
  • Dietician- Assessment and consultation to increase a child's caloric intake.
  • Family Training- Developmental learning activities that help children learn new skills.
  • Hearing and Vision Specialists- These services are provided by The Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind but are included in the service plan for the family.
  • Occupational Therapy- Assessment and instruction to help improve the child's small motor movement (grasping, fingering, manipulating objects), feeding skills, and sensory integration.
  • Parent-Child Play Groups- Designed to meet specific developmental needs that cannot be adequately met in the home, including special classes for children with autism, motor delays, language delays, feeding and behavior problems, or a need for social interaction and peer modeling, etc.
  • Physical Therapy- Assessment and instruction to improve the child's gross motor skills, balance and movement.
  • Preschool- Designed to prepare a child for transition to community preschool services at age three.
  • Service Coordination- Coordination of Up to 3 services, referrals to community resources and coordination of services with other community agencies.
  • Speech and Language Therapy- Assessment and instruction to help the child gain language, communication, and sounds appropriate for their age.
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