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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 porgrams:
Early Head Start, Early Intervention, Respite Care and our Autism Center.

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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

Sibshops

2018-06-09

A class that focuses on the siblings of children with special needs. Please contact Jessica Nix at jnix@kotm.org for information and to register.
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Hearing Screening

2018-06-11

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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Hearing Screening

2018-06-21

We provide a free hearing screening for children from birth to three years old.  No appointment is necessary – just drop in at our Lehi satellite center for about 15 minutes between 1:00 & 2:30 for a free hearing screening.
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Latest News and Articles

Overcoming Grief

Learn with KOTM’s LCSW, Jared Andes, about how to grow beyond grief, loss, and trauma. Andes outlines how people can become stronger despite challenges, and how “grief, loss, and trauma are all universal and our responses to these things are all human. We can understand other people and indeed be …

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Special Needs in A Religious Setting

‘We can all get better’: Utah event highlights how to better serve people with disabilities in religious settings.  The event, presented by Kids on the Move, a Utah group that serves families with children with special needs, brought together more than 40 researchers, religious leaders and parents. Participants discussed how faith …

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