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ACCESS Education provides professional education advocacy and consultation services for parents, caregivers, providers and support agencies.

Provides recreational programs (after school and summer) for teen & young adults.

We specialize in diagnosing and treating behavioral and developmental concerns, including autism, ADHD, aggressive behavior, sleep disorders, and developmental delays.

Special needs Trusts, Special Education Law

The Arc Downriver is a non-profit 501(c)(3) membership organization that advocates for individuals who are developmentally challenged, have cognitive impairments and their families by promoting choices, creating opportunities, and providing support…

The ARC/Advocacy & Resource Center was founded in 1968 as a charitable/non-profit organization. The ARC serves individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in Ottawa County.

Mission statement: To assist the Developmentally Disabled and the Elderly Disabled to achieve community inclusion that enhances personal potential, employment opportunities, and/or volunteerism.

In honor of the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) is very pleased to announce the beginning of a new college scholarship program for autistic students, the Autistic Scholars Fellowship.

ASPPIRE strives to improve the quality of life for individuals on the autism spectrum and those with other disabilities by providing a wide range of partnership based services and strategies to meet the specific needs and individuals goals…

Ensuring that individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder reach their greatest potential requires that school professionals have a clear understanding of evidence based practices and how to effectively implement those practices for each student.

The mission of the Macomb/St. Clair County Chapter of the Autism Society of America is to enhance the lives of persons and families affected by Autism. To accomplish this, resources will be used to promote awareness.

Autism Society Of West Shore Providing support to West Shore families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

We are a resource and service center for students, parents, teachers, and administrators in the Western Michigan area. We provide specialized learning support through diagnostics, tutoring, professional development and consultation.

Areas of focus include Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention Services (15 months – 6 years), Individual Sessions (for individuals 6-21 years of age) where the individual works one-on-one with a behavior technician at our center and social…