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Kids On The Move celebrates 30th anniversary

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r By Heather BowersrFrom two mothers concerned about their children with Down syndrome to a large facility serving more than 2,500 children and families, Kids On The Move is celebrating its growth with a 30th anniversary celebration on Aug. 19. The party will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Kids On The Move Fields located at 475 W. 260 North in Orem. RSVP is required — email kids@kotm.org or call 801-221-9930 ext. 100. All community members who are interested in celebrating this special day are invited. This free event will feature a zip line, food, games, bounce houses and entertainment for all ages.

Kids On The Move is dedicated to supporting the healthy development of young children and families throughout Utah County. Specifically in Springville, Kids On The Move helps community members with their Early Head Start, Autism and Respite care programs.

Early Head Start is a program designed to enhance children’s physical, social, emotional and intellectual development by supporting parents in their critical parental roles. Our Autism center is the leading provider for children ages 2 and older living with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Kids On The Move helps families address all their specific needs at any functioning level. Through respite care, parents of children with special needs have the opportunity for short periods of rest they need to relieve stress, renew energy and restore balance.

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Parents want the best childhood of their kids, but life isn’t perfect and sometimes they need little help. Kids On The Move believes in the potential of all children and families. They help families address the unique needs of their young children to build the essential root system they need to grow and reach new heights. For more information, visit kotm.org or call 801-221-9930.

 

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