AUTISM TEEN
SOCIAL SKILLS CLASS

KOTM provides a social skills class for teens with autism called PEERS.
The group is for teens ages 12-18 (middle or high schoolers).
This class helps teens who have trouble making friends
learn valuable skills about interacting with others.

Group starts September 5th!
Reserve your spot now!

DOES YOUR CHILD
NEED OUR HELP?

Kids On The Move empowers families, one kid at a time.
We provide innovative high quality services through three major programs:
Early Head Start, Early Intervention, Respite Care and our Autism Center.

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DOES YOUR CHILD
NEED OUR HELP?

Each child develops differently and sometimes it’s hard to
tell when you should be concerned. Most differences are
nothing to worry about, but in some children the differences
can signal a need for Early Intervention.
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DOES YOUR CHILD
NEED OUR HELP?

Kids On The Move empowers families, one kid at a time.
We provide innovative high quality services through three major programs:
Early Head Start, Early Intervention, Respite Care and our Autism Center.

Learn More

NEED RESPITE CARE?

We now provide parents of children
with special needs the short periods
of rest they need!

Formerly known as Friday's Kids Respite!

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NEED RESPITE CARE?

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IS YOUR CHILD ON THE
AUTISM SPECTRUM?

CHECK OUT OUR AUTISM CENTER

IS YOUR CHILD ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM?

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GIVE YOUR KID
AN EARLY HEAD START

Early Head Start provides FREE educational, social,
nutritional and mental health support to low income families.

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DOES YOUR FAMILY NEED EXTRA HELP?

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Coming Events

Floortime

2019-08-20

This parent class meets once a week (1 1/2 hours) for 3 weeks. Parents learn how to enhance communication between parent and child through play and social interactions with an emphasis in problem solving and complex communication strategies.  Free childcare is available, but space is limited so you must reserve a spot by calling our front desk at 801.221.9930 Ext. 100.
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Infant Massage

2019-09-03

This parent class meets once a week  (1  hour) for 2 weeks, taught by a Certified Infant Massage Instructor (CIMI). Parents bring baby with them as they learn and practice massage techniques and sequences established by Loving Touch Foundation. Infant massage cultivates love, compassion, respect and well-being for infants and children through touch.

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Hearing Screening

2019-09-09

We provide a free hearing screening for children 0-3 years old.  No appointment is necessary – just drop in for about 15 minutes between 11:00 & noon for a free hearing screening.
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Kids On The Move Blog

Autism and Sleep

Sometimes, for any number of reasons, a child with autism simply will not sleep. The lights are low, the sun is down, the blankets are piled high, and still no amount of patience or willpower will let them fall asleep for the night. It’s a common problem, and one that …

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Infant Language Learning Tips

Learning to talk is one of the most important and celebrated milestones of early childhood. The first cooing sounds coming from an infant are received with joy by a loving parent or family member. The child that uses his first purposeful word is hugged and cuddled and encouraged to do …

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Latest News and Articles

Heber Half Run for Autism 2019

The Heber Half Run for Autism took place on Saturday, June 29th and was a wonderful success! Proceeds from the event help benefit Kids On The Move’s Autism Center. This run includes a half marathon, 5k, and an all abilities half mile run. For more information and ways to get …

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ABC4 TV Spotlight

Kids On The Move’s CEO Scott Bean and Event Coordinator Shauna Young joined ABC4 News to share why the Heber Half Run for Autism is so important to the Autism Community. They also shared a sneak peak at this year’s race medal and t-shirt! To watch their full interview click …

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