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Don Hickman and Jim Bradley, ADAPT sports, demonstrate a ski chair to Sara Clippinger and children during the Special Needs Summit March 15, 2018, at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The annual summit gives the base community a chance to research and learn about many special needs services and opportunities available in the area. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar) Summit assists families with special needs
The base held a Special Needs Summit for families March 15 – an information fair for military and civilian employees to learn about area services and programs available to families with special needs. More than 130 providers from 90 on- and off-base agencies attended the summit.
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Brianna Heim gets assistance from her service dog, Emily, opening a pantry door March 3, 2018, at her residence. Brianna's parents attended the 2010 Special Needs Summit where they learned about an organization that breeds, raises and trains service dogs in order to provide them to veterans, adults and children with disabilities. Emily can also help Brianna pick things up, carry items and other everyday tasks. (U.S. Air Force photo by Todd Cromar) Special Needs Summit set for March 15
More than 80 resources throughout the local area will converge on base March 15 to participate in the Families with Special Needs Summit at The Landing ballroom.
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