Adaptable Art: Students will get to make something to take home each day. This class is designed for special needs students. Art projects will be adapted so that each student will be successful. Let's make art special together! Parents are invited to stay in this class. Two classes - ages 4-7 and 8-15. The class will be an hour long. Times are to be announced but will be between 9 am and 2 pm.
Location: Spanish Fork High School Phone: 801-804-4600
Email: email@example.com Cost: Free for kids with special needs
Boys & Girls Club: Programs open to children of all abilities.
Website: https://www.gslclubs.org/ Age: Grades K-12
Location: 30 E 2nd S, Price Phone: 435-637-6066
Brigham Young University
Athletic Connection: This program connects BYU Student-Athletes with individuals with Down Syndrome to learn skills through fun games and activities. The program usually meets at the UPC (University Parkway Center).
Phone: Brian (208) 971-7191 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: BYU Campus Cost: Call for fee information
BYU Adapted Aquatics: Swim programs that focus on cognitive development, along with motor and social skills through aquatics. Participants are matched one-on-one with volunteers.
Phone: Jeffery Mella (801) 787-2689 Location: BYU Campus – Richards Building
C.A.S.T for Kids: This event is designed to provide children with disabilities, ages 5 – 17, the opportunity to enjoy a quality outdoor recreational experience through the sport of fishing. Take to the water with C.A.S.T. for an unforgettable morning of fishing and boating! Contact Heather Roman for info or to register. Visit the website for a calendar and location of events.
Website: https://castforkids.org/c-a-s-t-for-kids/ Phone: (801) 836-2684
Location: Soldier Creek Recreation Area, Heber City Email: email@example.com
Age: 5-17, caretakers must come to the event
Courage Reins Therapeutic Riding Center: Horseback riding lessons for all ages and abilities.
Website: www.couragereins.org Phone: (801) 756-8900
Location: 5870 W 10400 N Highland
The Dance Club: The Dance Club offers a free weekly dance class to those with both physical and cognitive disabilities. The classes help your little dancer to improve movement and rhythm. There is an open enrollment held Saturdays 10:00-11:00 am.
Phone: (801) 224-4400 Location: Orem, UT
Easter Seals Good Will: Assists families in the Provo, Utah school district who have infants or toddlers ages birth to 3 years old with developmental delays and/or disabilities with a no-cost screening evaluation.
Website: https://www.esgw.org/provo-early-intervention/ Phone: (801) 852-4525
Location: 1185 East 300 North, Provo
Eaton Alliance: Provides around the clock living solutions to people with Autism and other developmental disabilities in all aspects of life in a variety of programs. Programs include: residential, day programs, supported living, host homes, and professional parenting.
Website: www.eatonalliance.com Phone: (801) 766-8541
Location: 281 S. Vineyard Rd. Ste 103
Hoofbeats to Healing: Hoofbeats to Healing is dedicated to providing therapeutic horseback riding, using an effective natural approach to horseback riding therapy. They work with a variety of different disabilities. For more information, check out their website.
Website: www.hoofbeats.us Phone: (801) 836-4325
Cost: Call for fee information Location: Saratoga Springs, UT
Lehi Adaptive Programs: Adaptive programs designed and modified exclusively for patrons with disabilities of any age. Programs include Zumba, volleyball, swimming, bowling, and basketball.
Phone: (385)201-1001 Location: Lehi Legacy Center
North Eastern Services: Supports opportunities for people to achieve independence, enhance self- esteem, and sustain a full quality of life. Programs include residential, day services, behavior supports, afterschool and summer programs, finance support, and supported living.
Phone: (801) 701-0872 for girls program in Lehi or (801) 426-4961 for boys program in Orem
Provo Recreation Adaptive Activities: Summer camp for special needs students. Camps include swimming, activities, and a weekly field trip. They are also offering adaptive tennis this summer for children 8-17 with physical or cognitive disabilities. They have new sports wheelchairs that are available for use if needed. They also offer adaptive swimming groups, yoga, soccer, Special Olympics, and more!
Phone: (801) 852-6600 Ages: 6-12 for summer camps
Recreation and Rehabilitation Services (RAH): RAH helps individuals with disabilities rise to new heights of personal achievement and development. All activities and programs are designed to meet the needs and enhance the lives of participants. They also have day-timers groups, bowling, dinners, swimming, social skills, and special needs scouts. For ages 16- adult.
Phone: (801) 374-8074 Location: Provo
Rise Services: Community based summer programs. Summer programs provide children with enjoyable and fun recreational activities that include skill development. The programs have a high staff- to-child ratio and offer a much-needed break for parents while their child is out of school for the summer. Our summer programs are supervised and directed by a highly skilled and credentialed team including our Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Structured programs focus on positive behavioral supports and behavior plans which are developed and directed by our Master’s level behavioral team.
Phone: (801) 676-8940 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Needs Bike Camp: Cycle Ability offers a Special needs bike camp where kids with disabilities learn to ride a bike.
Website: http://www.cycleability.org Email: Doreen@cycleability.org
Phone: 801-834-7503 Age: 8 and older
Special Olympics: Offers summer games where individuals with disabilities can compete in a variety of sports including things like cycling, track and field, soccer, and softball.
Website: http://www.sout.org Phone: (801) 363-1111 ex 223
SwimKids: Where Fun & Safety Meet. With over 30 years’- worth of experience teaching children 4 months and up, SwimKids can tailor lessons specifically to your child’s needs and abilities. Our well- trained, enthusiastic and caring instructors are eager to teach your child to swim. Sandy opening Summer 2019!
Website: https://www.swimkidsutah.com Email: email@example.com
Phone: (801) 691-7946 (call or text) Location: 550 W 220 S Street, PG
TURN Community Services, Inc.: Offers various activities through their summer day camps. They also offer Saturday Day Camp and activities throughout the year for all ages. Turn accepts private pay and DSPD clients.
Website: www.turncommunityservices.org Phone: (801) 343-3900
Location: 1921 N 1120 W, Provo Age: 6- 22 (specifically summer camp)
Utah County Parks and Recreation Adapted Aquatics: Programs are provided year-round with swimming instruction for children with cognitive and physical disabilities.
Phone: Chad Barth (801) 229-7159 in Orem or Joey Byington (801) 763-3084 in American Fork
VIP Adaptive League: The VIP Special Needs Sports League in Mapleton City is a unique organization that serves children and adult’s ages 5-22 who have any mental and/or physical disabilities. For the children involved, this program allows them the opportunity to participate in the great games of baseball, soccer and basketball that all their friends and siblings are doing without feeling left out.
Phone: (801) 806-9114 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Age: 5-22 years Location: Mapleton