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Autism Journeys Consulting
3130 West Maple Loop Drive, Suite 110
Lehi, UT 84043-5787
Autism Journeys Consulting provides clinics individual and group social skills treatment. They use well established methods throughout their customized treatment plans.


Boy Scouts of America
525 South Foothill Boulevard
Salt Lake City, UT 84113


Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Clinic
University of Utah
50 North Mario Capecchi Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is a unique discipline of medicine devoted to the mental health of youth and families. This discipline integrates biological, psychological, and social perspectives into the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cognitive, emotional, or behavioral disorders that begin during the developmental period.


Clear Horizons Academy
5455 North River Run Drive, Suite 302
Provo, UT 84604
Clear Horizons Academy is a school striving to help children with autism spectrum disorders and similar disorders who struggle with communication and social skills. Their goal is to help children with autism in their school using a DIRbased (Developmental, Individualized, Relationship) program.


CTA Community Supports
4444 South 700 East, Suite 203
Murray, UT 84107
CTA is dedicated to providing quality supports for people with autism and their families. Autism Support Alternatives Program (ASAP) is a program that is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of each family member.  The program is for families with a child living at home who has disabilities and is based on the needs and preferences of each person. This program can help parents in learning about developmental delays, behavior interventions, parent and sibling trainings, and social skills trainings.


Easter Seals Northern Rocky Mountain
For Occupational Therapy Appointments and information on sensory classes: 801-946-1860
For Provo Early Intervention Program: 801-852-4525
For P.L.A.Y. Project and Peer Connections: 801-633-2091
The P.L.A.Y. Project (Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters) is a nationally recognized program that provides in-home training and support for families of children age 14 months to 6 years with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). This intensive intervention model is designed to help parents make meaningful connections with their child through play…connections that bring the child out of isolation and into a place where communication, social skills, and relationships can develop. In addition, social skills classes and Peer Connections programs are available. 


Girl Scouts of Utah
445 East 4500 South
Murray, UT 84102


Susan Horn
The mission of Just for Kids is to equip kids with the specific skills, tools, and resources they need to reach their greatest potential so that they can participate and engage in their lives to their fullest ability.


Jewish Community Center
2 North Medical Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
The IJ and Jeanne Wagner Jewish Community Center is dedicated to enriching the life of the Jewish community and the community at large by offering educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities in a place where people of all backgrounds, cultures, and beliefs gather in peace and understanding.


Neurobiology, Learning, and Behavior Center
230 South 500 East, #100
Salt Lake City, UT 84102

The Neurology, Learning, and Behavior Center provides multi-disciplinary evaluation, case management, and treatment programs for children, adolescents, and adults.


RAH – Recreation and Habilitation Services
815 North 800 West
Provo, UT 84604
RAH is a private, nonprofit organization that serves individuals with disabilities. RAH’s mission is to provide citizens with developmental disabilities with training to help them function effective in society. They offer social skill instruction.


The Children’s Center
1855 East Medical Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
The Children’s Center offers after school social skills intervention groups for children ranging in age from approximately 5 1- 10 years old. Groups are designed for children with autism spectrum disorders and/or social communication difficulties. Children are grouped with peers using similar social and language skills. The group curricula run for 25 weeks, typically October through April. There is a low child to staff ratio (typically 3:1) and parents are encouraged to observe the group while simultaneously participating in information gathering sessions and parent-to-parent networking. Sibling childcare is provided at a minimal cost.


University of Utah Speech and Hearing Clinic
417 Wakara Way, #1112
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
The U of U Speech and Hearing Clinic provides social skills classes.


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