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Special Needs In Religion Event

This April 18th you’re invited to come to Kids On The Move to hear from professionals about how to teach and involve individuals with special needs in a religious setting.  Special Needs in Religion is geared towards religious leaders/clergy, church teachers and parents of children with disabilities. This is a …

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Sub for Santa

Kids On The Move was able to participate in Sub for Santa this past December and provided Christmas for over 20 of our families! Organizations we partnered with to make this possible were: Rocky Mountain ATV, Wayfair, United Way, and Wasatch Combat Sports.  We were able to gather some stories …

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Halloween on Main Street

This year, Halloween on Main Street helped one of our Kids On The Move families! The Martins are a family with five children under the age of nine. AnnaMarie Martin is a single mom with extreme health challenges, who has two children with disabilities who are enrolled in a couple …

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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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Learn About KOTM

We all want the best childhood for our kids, but life isn’t perfect and sometimes we need help. At Kids On The Move, we believe in the potential of all children and families. We help families address the unique needs of their young children to build the essential root system …

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Special Needs in Religion Workshop

Join us for a keynote by BYU Associate Clinical Professor Katie Steed and several breakout sessions providing engaging lessons on behavior, mental health, and peer-to-peer interactions within a religious setting. Elected speakers will share ways for participants to develop empathy, teaching tactics, and love for individuals with disabilities.  APRIL 12, 2018 6:00PM …

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KOTM Receives Select 25 Award

Since 2008, Select Health has chosen 25 programs each year that promote health and wellness, assist individuals with special needs, create safe environments, and build strong communities. Kids On The Move, as well as other organizations such as DOVE center and Lantern House were selected as the 2017 winners. As …

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Now Accepting Intakes For PEERS

If you haven’t heard, KOTM  provides a social skills class for teens with autism called PEERS. We are accepting anyone with autism ages 12-18 (middle or high schoolers). This class helps teens who have trouble making friends learn valuable skills about interacting with others. It’s also an opportunity to make long-lasting friendships …

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Turn your art into a donation for KOTM

When you color our special Giving Tuesday coloring pages and post a selfie using #kotmtuesday on Nov 28, Christiansen Dental or Wallaby’s Smokehouse will match it with a cash donation! Read more here:

Haunted Half Marathon- Runners and Volunteers Needed!

KOTM is the official charity for Utah’s largest Halloween party run – the Haunted Half Marathon and 5K. There will be two races: Salt Lake on October 14th and Provo on October 28th.  To register to run, click this link: We also need more than 100 volunteers EACH weekend! …

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