Halloween Fun Fest & Disability Resource Fair
Join Advanced Behavior Analysis for their second annual Inclusive Halloween Fun Fest & Disability Resource Fair! We are honored to host this event in partnership with Dog Training Elite, Autism Council of Utah, The Motley Squad, and RISE! This year, we will be hosting the event at the Bastian Equestrian Center’s Grass Triangle on Sunday, October 29th from 1pm – 4pm. This event is free! Please claim a free ticket via EventBrite (link below) to help us keep track of attendees.
We are excited to host over 20 local organizations to bring helpful resources & programs to you. Programs featured cover a wide range of needs for all ages, including vocational/transition support, adaptive recreation, mental health support, IEP advocacy, special education law, music therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, inclusive classes, inclusive activities/groups, social groups, scholarships, service animals, and so much more! Advanced Behavior Analysis has put together a comprehensive list of some of the state’s best organizations for disability support, and they are bringing them all to you in one location to allow you to meet them and discuss how they can support you.
We Would Love To See You All There
We will be having a bounce house, character appearances, face painting, a craft station, games/activities, and trick or treating!
Organizations That Will Be Joining Us:
- Dog Training Elite (Grand Ghost Partner!)
- Autism Council of Utah (Grand Ghost Partner!)
- The Motley Squad (Helpful Ghost Partner)
- RISE (Helpful Ghost Partner)
- Children’s First Education Fund
- Pingree Adult Autism Center
- Therapy by Design
- Special Olympics Utah Chapter
- Salt Lake Adaptive Recreation
- Martz Law / IEP Center
- National Ability Center
- Utah Kids Foundation
- Better Learning Therapies
- Utah Parent Center
- A Buddy Just Like Me
- Miss Amazing
- Bevell’s Advocate
….more to be announced!
Along with the wonderful resources, what would a Halloween Fun Fest be without the fun? We will be having a bounce house, character appearances, face painting, a craft station, games/activities, and trick or treating! This event is inclusive & open to everyone – all ages, all abilities.
If you have any questions about the event, please email Nicole at email@example.com. You can find a Q&A with commonly asked questions for the event on our EventBrite site.
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