The Battle Over Research and How to Win It

The Upside to Research New Ideas Into Research Never Before Revealed Customer interviews are usually performed by means of a group of an item manager, designer and a developer. It is crucial to obtain such medical equipment from a trustworthy source. You can do an exhaustive research on the web, where you can locate the complete collection of leading manufacturers and suppliers. For biomedical researchers, it’s certainly worth investing the sum to receive all the related information from a single source. Reporting data in actual time makes science at work significantly easier in addition to accurate. If you would […]

Strategies to Access Inclusive Education

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~ Strategies to Access Inclusive Education presented by, Amy Allison from the Kansas City Guild ~ If you are wanting to learn more about the Individual Education Plan (IEP) that is set in place for individuals with special needs through your school district / and how to work with your childs team – this webinar is for you! UAF had the opportunity to put on a parent training and an online webinar in April 2018 and have packaged that information to share with all of you who were unable to attend, or need a refresher.  Our hope is to provide you with […]

iPads for Angels


iPads for Angels Application We hope everyone is enjoying their summer vacations!  We are working on preparing for next school year’s iPad for Angels program. We all know that summer vacation always goes by way too fast and we want to encourage our members and teachers to begin submitting their iPad applications. The iPads 4 Angels is a technology grant program for special education classrooms in Utah. The iPads 4 Angels program was created to equip special education classrooms with with valuable technology aides, demonstrate the effectiveness of using iPads in special education, and encourage schools to invest in new technology […]

11th Annual Freedom At The Pool


11th Annual Freedom at the Pool Party July 6th 10:00-11:30 am Provo Recreation Center It’s time to have fun in the sun, and stay cool in the pool! Our annual pool party is just a few weeks away. Make sure you mark it on your calendar, and join us on Saturday, July 6th to swim the morning away. Swimming is free of charge for all UAF members and immediate family. Extended family and friends can join us for $5 per person or $10 per family. Seniors 60+ are free.   POOL RULES: Children 5 years and under and children who cannot […]

Strategies to Access Inclusion

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Strategies to Access Inclusive Education  Presented by Amy Allison Kansas City Guild Monday, April 9, 2018 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM This Seminar will assist you in working with your school to access inclusive education for your child. The presentation will provide a brief overview of IDEA and strategies parents can utilize to become effective partners and advocates in promoting inclusive education opportunities for their child. We will also discuss ways to foster independence in your child which will promote self-regulation and behavior that makes inclusion more feasible. Amy Allison is the Executive Director of the Kansas City Guild with a degree in  B.S. […]

2018 Walk With Angels


Our annual Walk with Angels is fast-approaching. This event is open to everyone, so invite your family and friends and come enjoy this day with us!   This event provides an opportunity for family, friends, and members of the community to show their support for parents that have children with special needs. We would love for you to join a team and attend this wonderful event. Your support allows us to reach more families and provide them with assistance, resources, and the opportunity to connect with our lovely members. The funds raised will help provide the resources for parent educational […]

Solutions for Success Conference

The Solutions for Success Conference will be held March 17, 2018. The conference will take place at doTERRA Headquarters (389 S. 1300 W Pleasant Grove, UT) from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM with a  potty training round table discussion at 8:00 AM. United Angels Foundation is excited to announce this year’s presenters and sessions. Stacy Taylor, MA, B.C.B.A., President Advance Behavior  and Advance Learning Academy, Maitland, FL Bio Stacy Taylor received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Rollins College and completed her Masters degree in Education at the University of Central Florida.  For over 18 years, she has worked as […]

UAF Christmas Performance


The Beautifully talented group One​ ​Voice​ ​Children’s​ ​Choir generously gives of their time to perform at our Annual Christmas Celebration for members each and every holiday season. If you haven’t heard of them and want to know more read their amazing journey below!  Thank you for helping our familes feel the joy that this time of year brings ~ United Angels Foundation Biography }  One​ ​Voice​ ​Children’s​ ​Choir​​ ​originated​ ​from​ ​a​ ​group​ ​of​ ​children​ ​who sang​ ​at​ ​the​ ​2002​ ​Winter​ ​Olympics.​ ​​ ​Their​ ​beloved​ ​Director,​ ​Masa​ ​Fukuda, made​ ​such​ ​an​ ​impact​ ​on​ ​them​ ​that​ ​they​ ​asked​ ​to​ ​continue​ ​to​ ​sing​ […]

College Education


I’m going to college! The United Angels Foundation is at the beginning stages of working with universities through out Utah to have programs that will allow individuals with special needs to gain a college education.  A few programs have already been started: Utah State has their Aggies Elevated program and Utah Valley University has help for individuals with Autism, however UAF has a bigger vision in mind where inclusive higher education options for people with intellectual disabilities is a more readily available option. Currently New York leads the nation in options for post secondary schools with 31 colleges and universities […]

Educational Seminar


UAF has invited Blake D. Hansen, PhD Brigham Young University and Kaylee Christensen, BS, RBT Brigham Young University to talk about their recent developments in reading abilities for individuals with special needs. Parent Directed Reading Instruction for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities    For many years, the most common way of teaching reading skills to individuals with significant disabilities was to teach memorizing sight words. Recent studies have demonstrated that children with intellectual and developmental disabilities can learn more complex reading skills such as learning to read new words they encounter in unfamiliar text. This presentation will provide an example of some research we have […]