Services

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Community Activities:

Top Sports Soccer
Who: Children/Youth ages 3 and up with disabilities.
When: Monday’s, May 1st - June 5th
(No soccer on May 29th, Memorial Day
Where: Smithfield Youth Center (Indoor soccer)
80 West Center, Smithfield
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
EricajL74@yahoo.com
Emily Larsen 435-512-509
KJBLarsen@hotmail.com

We encourage all parents, siblings and friends to come
and cheer on the soccer players. HOWEVER, only
athletes with disabilities will be participating.
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 @ ericajL74@yahoo.com for more info

 

 

 

 

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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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