Parents of children with special needs in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor can plan ahead for fun activities, sensory-friendly movie showings and more that are tailored to meet their needs.
Some children are hypersensitive to – or detached from – everyday sights, sounds, touches and tastes. Here's a look at Sensory Processing Disorder in children, and how therapy helps.
Find recreational, educational and therapeutic fun for kids with autism and other special needs at the Play-Place Autism and Special Needs Center.
Many churches, synagogues and mosques are working to welcome and include children with special needs in in their congregations.
Find the top autism centers in Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties for support, autism resources and education.
Some theme parks, like Cedar Point, Kings Island and Michigan's Adventure, offer programs to help families of kids with autism. Learn about them and discover tips on how to prepare for your child's day.
Looking for things to do with kids in Grand Rapids? Find family fun for spring break in Grand Rapids and other upcoming events in the city, too.
Should you seek help or give your child time to develop her speech? Here's what parents need to know about delayed speech in your kids.
A behavior analyst with Henry Ford explains Applied Behavior Analysis therapy that's commonly used for kids with autism.
For these local moms and dads, nothing beats some time sharing the unique trials, tribulations and triumphs of parenting a child with special needs.
Have a child with vision impairment, hearing impairment or autism? Consider a service dog. Here are a few of many service dog organizations to check out.
Learn how service dogs of all kinds help those with special needs, health issues and disabilities – and provide important companionship.
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