May 2019 IAT Newsletter

May 17, 2019

Now accepting new clients


Integrated Autism Therapies is currently accepting new clients, ages 3 to adult. We work with a variety of insurance plans including Medicaid.  For more information, call or text us at 801-885-1700 or visit our webpage at


We are here to help

At Integrated Autism Therapies, we are here to help with all your therapy needs. Our services include ABA Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Pathology, Customized Wellness Plans, Individualized Science-Based Nutrition, Behavior Modification, The Listening Program, SOAR Training, and Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy. 

Who is on our staff and what specifically do they do?

Kellen Glum - My role with IAT is that of BCBA and Clinical Director. My job is to meet with the individuals and their families, run various assessments to determine skills that may need to improve, as well as determine which maladaptive behaviors that may need to reduce, and then write the treatment plan to be implemented in the home. I also oversee the other disciplines within our company to ensure we are all working together to best help our individuals gain skills that will improve their lives.


Eve Noren - I am an Occupational Therapist, and I provide evaluations, direct services, consulting, and collaboration with the IAT team.  Areas that I can contribute to or collaborate on include our client’s sensory, motor, cognitive, activities of daily living, social, and emotional regulation abilities.  


Julia McMillan - My job is to help increase communication in all forms for the individual with autism and their families.  Whether that is through increasing accuracy of articulation, teaching words and phrases, or adaptive communication, my goal is to allow successful communication of wants and needs. I also get to work on the social aspect of communication and teaching appropriate social interactions at home and in the community.


Jillian McKinney – Registered Behavior Technician - I’m a credentialed paraprofessional who works one on one providing ABA (applied behavior analysis) to clients on the spectrum. I directly implement the programs and behavior plans the BCBA creates for the client. 


Nichelle Stephens - I am excited to be joining the IAT team! Upon graduating with a B.S. in Psychology, I started teaching in the Montessori method and have been for the past 5 years. I recently finished the Registered Behavior Technician training and I look forward to sharing my talents and skills with those served by IAT. 


Ruthann Gibbs – I am the Executive Assistant for Integrated Autism Therapies. My role is to support staff and administrators in office duties, mailings, event support, and miscellaneous assignments as needed.


Summer activities

Looking for some summer activities for your kids? Check out these resources:


Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation offers Adaptive Recreation programs for sports and recreation, as well as inclusion opportunities for children and adults with special health needs. They will work with you individually to identify any program modification necessary to allow you to participate in their recreation programs. 
Contact information: 385-468-1515,


Team Sam Sports – Check out Team Sam Sports on Facebook. Team Sam is dedicated to helping autistic children connect with their community, friends and family through sports. They are having a kickoff party on Saturday, May 18 at 5 pm at Wasatch Running Center in Centerville, 316 N Marketplace Dr.


The National Ability Center in Park City has a wide variety of activities available for those with disabilities, their families and support group. Visit their website at or contact them by phone 435.649.3991 or email


If you know of resources to add to our list, or if you have any questions, email  It has been said that it takes a village to raise a child. Come join our village.




Integrated Autism Therapies is based in Murray, Utah. Contact us at 801-885-1700 or email at  Visit our website

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