Our mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities and their families through community inclusion and support.
The Autism Alliance of Michigan has set a 10-year goal to create 101,000 jobs for adults on the autism spectrum and secure educational changes to ensure those job candidates are qualified.
A new study found that only 3 percent of individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder reported having fully received clinical genetic tests recommended by medical professional societies.
Virtual classrooms are aggravating disparities that plague education, with widening divides in access to supplies, workspace and parental guidance. The problem is especially acute for children with learning disabilities.
All in person events canceled until further notice. Virtual meetings through ZOOM listed on Calendar page.