Autism Clinics

Description: Programs that offer any of a variety of therapeutic interventions, which may be used singly or in combination, to address the range of social, language, sensory and behavioral difficulties experienced by children and adults with autism and related disorders. Because of the spectrum nature of autism and the many behavior combinations that can occur, treatment approaches must be tailored to meet the individual needs of each person. (Adapted from AIRS LR-0450)

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Logan, UT

Organization Name: Utah State University
Address: 6800 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322
Phone: 435-797-2002
Eligibility: children and adults, sliding scale, reduced fee available
Services Provided: Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinic that uses an interdisciplinary team approach to evaluate children and adults. The ASD team consists of a medical doctor, a psychologist, a speech/language pathologist, an occupational therapist, and a care coordinator. ADOS & ADI only clinic or comprehensive clinic including ADOS, ADI, SRS-2, cognitive, sensory, and speech & language assessment, audiology, and medical assessment.
Provider Profiles: Patti Bodine, Clinical Services
Autism Spectrum Disorder assessment
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Last Updated: 7/30/2018
75 West 100 South Suite 240
Logan, UT 84321
Phone: 435-554-1203
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Address: 75 West 100 South Suite 240
Logan, UT 84321
Phone: 435-554-1203
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Eligibility: 8 years of age or older, having previously been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder or other neurodevelopmental issues
Services Provided: Providing medication management for ADHD
Executive Dysfunction
Bipolar Disorder
Disruptive Mood Dysregulation
Anger, Aggression, Tantrums
Oppositionality, Defiance
Sleep issues
Impulse related concerns
Sexual issues
Provider Profiles: Kenyon Bott, PMHNP-BC, APRN
Krys Oyler, LCSW
Jeff Rush, PhD
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Last Updated: 9/27/2016
6810 Old Main Hill
Utah State University
Logan, UT 84322
Phone: 435-797-3727
Organization Name: Center for Persons with Disabilities
Address: 6810 Old Main Hill
Utah State University
Logan, UT 84322
Phone: 435-797-3727
Toll Free Phone: 866-695-4336
Eligibility: Children ages birth to 3, with developmental delays, disabilities or diagnosed conditions. Cache, Box Elder, Rich counties. Sliding scale, reduced fee available
Services Provided: Provides early identification and developmental services for families of infants and toddlers, ages birth to three, with developmental delays, disabilities or diagnosed conditions.Services are provided through the coordinated effort of parents, community agencies and a variety of professionals. Places where services are provided include the Up to 3 Center, homes and community settings such as child care. CPD Clinical Services offers a strong interdisciplinary approach to assessment/evaluation and treatment services for children, youth, and adults with suspected learning or attention problems or developmental disabilities. Treatment services include a psychologist, a speech/language pathologist, eating and nutrition services, hearing, and care coordination. An Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinic is part of Clinical Services, with an interdisciplinary team and specialized instruction for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Children working with a physical therapist have the opportunity to participate in weekly Mommy and Me gymnastic classes at Altius Gymnastics as part of their service plan.
Up To 3 families also participate in Adaptive Dance classes offered at the Brigham City Fine Arts Center.
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Last Updated: 9/6/2018

Salt Lake City, UT

Organization Name: University of Utah Health
Address: 650 Komas Drive Ste 206 (2100 East)
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Phone: 801-587-8020
Fax: 801-585-5723
Eligibility: Sees individuals of all ages from toddlers through adults, and individuals of any functioning level from very severe to very mild. Some financial assistance as scholarships, Hope Grant.
Services Provided: Our team has extensive education and experience in understanding the needs of people with autism spectrum disorders. We have worked across the continuum of care, including public schools, hospitals, day treatment settings, and outpatient settings.
Autism spectrum disorder assessment
Social skills groups for children, adolescents and adults
Individual/Family therapy
Psychiatric consultation
Behavior Management
School consultations
Early intervention services
Referral support to occupational and speech therapies
Opportunities to participate in research to help us better understand ASD
Additional therapeutic and educational groups
Provider Profiles: Jill Connelly, PhD, Clinical Director
Natalie Buerger, Ph.D., Instructor (Clinical)
Kristina J. Cottle Feldman, PhD, Instructor (Clinical)
2 month wait time
A partnership between the Department of Psychiatry, the Neurobehavior HOME Program, and the University Neuropsychiatric Institute.
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Last Updated: 10/16/2018
417 Wakara Way Ste 1401
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Phone: 801-585-6837
Organization Name: University of Utah Health Care
Address: 417 Wakara Way Ste 1401
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Phone: 801-585-6837
Eligibility: Children ages 0 to 18 years who have challenges with development and functional performance.
Services Provided: Provides professional, evidence-based interventions in a fun, family-centered community environment. Here, children will have opportunities to improve and expand upon their own skills and developmental milestones through natural play schemes, carefully constructed sensory and motor challenges, as well as education-based opportunities.

We design an occupational therapy plan, provided in individual and/or group sessions, tailored to each child. Services include:
overall motor skill development
motor planning and improved coordination
sensory processing disorders
feeding development/feeding challenges
fine motor development
handwriting skills
visual-motor development
social and play skill development
self-regulatory skills
self-care skills
adaptive behavior
access and use of assistive technology

Community based pediatric groups:
Social Skills
Provider Profiles: Danielle Friberg, O.T.
Robyn Thompson, MS, OTR/L

Summer 2016 two 4-week summer camp sessions, ages 4-7 and 8-11: Sensory Scientists, Kids in the Kitchen, Out & About Community Social Skills, Handwriting Rock Stars, Movement Monkeys-Parents welcome to join, Music in Motion (with Certified Music Therapist)
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Last Updated: 9/18/2018