Henry Ford Health Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities

This comprehensive center, long-time presenter of the Living With Autism Workshop, offers top assessment and intervention options for children from birth through adolescence.




  • Henry Ford Medical Center – Hamtramck: 9100 Brombach St., Hamtramck, Michigan
  • Henry Ford Medical Center – Behavioral Health Services: 15420 19 Mile Road, Ste. 100, Clinton Township, MI 48038

Phone: 313-972-9009
Website: henryford.com/autism; henryford.com/services/autism/treatments


  • Diagnostic/feedback sessions for children ages 2-18 for autism, ADHD and communication/anxiety disorders
  • Applied behavior analysis (ABA) intervention program
  • Speech and language services
  • “Medical home” standard of primary care to support families with kids facing  developmental/physical disabilities

About the Henry Ford Health Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities

The Henry Ford Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD) is a world-class center committed to improving the lives of children and youth with special health care needs by providing a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation, evidence-based and accessible ABA therapy services — along with a medical home standard of primary care.

CADD specifically focuses on youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and developmental disabilities. 

CADD is recognized by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan as an approved center of excellence for the diagnosis of ASD. Its diagnostic team of experts includes a pediatrician, pediatric neuropsychologist, pediatric psychiatrist, speech-language pathologist and care coordinator. Henry Ford’s board-certified behavior analysts provide individual treatments to meet each child’s unique developmental needs.

The ABA program uses the most current evidence-based treatments and individualizes each child’s program based on skill deficits and behavior excesses. It provides center-based, services based on patients’ needs. The goal is to help children build their skills across environments. Programs are supervised by a board-certified behavior analyst and include intensive 1:1 teaching, group skill learning and hands-on parent training concurrent with all programs.

The Division of Speech-Language Sciences and Disorders is dedicated to providing the highest level of clinical services, supported by education and research, to children and adults with communication and swallowing problems and their families and caregivers. Outpatient services include adult services, the SpeechEasy fluency program, pediatric services and voice disorders. Inpatient services are available, too.

Connect and discover how the Henry Ford Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities can support your family. Together, we can create life changing outcomes.

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