We are the SKI-HI Institute - a group of dedicated individuals whose goal is to enhance the lives of young children with special needs, their families, and care givers. Our name is adapted from Sensory Impaired Home Intervention and is pronounced sky-high. "Sky high" is, for us, a destination of hope and fulfillment, supporting the family unit as they strive to meet the challenges and expectations for their child of differing abilities. Our training and services, begun in 1972, focus on early intervention and early childhood programming for infants and young children, ages birth to five, with hearing and vision impairments and other disabilities. We dedicate our work to encouraging discovery, learning, and the growth of self-esteem, thereby setting the stage for individuals with special needs to become able participants in society.
Center for Persons With Disabilities
Utah State University
6500 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-6500
(435) 797-5600 (Phone)
(435) 797-5580 (Fax)
Alaska Bike Run Read about this year's 13th Annual Motorcycle Run to Alaska to benefit the SKI-HI Institute.
WREIC The Western Regional Early Intervention Conference will be held in New Mexico in 2015.