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Special Needs Events for Kids and Parents in Metro Detroit

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.

The Canton Liberty Fest

Celebrate the 27th anniversary of the Canton Liberty Fest with rides, games, entertainment and more June 14-16, 2018.

Adaptive Sports for Kids with Disabilities and Special Needs

In search of adaptive sports for kids with physical or developmental disabilities? Here are local sports programs for kids with special needs in the metro Detroit and Ann Arbor areas.

Girls and Asperger’s Syndrome

Girls with Asperger's Syndrome are being woefully under-identified and under-served by the system. Metro Parent looks into the roots of this diagnostic discrepancy.

Pediatrics Then and Now: How the Medical Field Has Changed

Dr. Marshall Blondy of Southfield Pediatrics discusses the changes the medical field has seen over the last five decades.

Finding a Service Dog for Your Child’s 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.

Swimming Lessons for Children With Special Needs

For kids with special needs, swim lessons can be extremely beneficial. Local experts share tips on finding a program and signing kids up.

Liane Holliday Willey Talks About Autism, Her Books and More

We chatted with the world-renowned author and psycholinguistics expert who will be one of the keynote speakers at Metro Parent's Living with Autism Workshop on April 24, 2015.

Raising a Child with Autism Along with a Neurotypical Kid

Finding out her son had autism wasn't easy for Milford mom and nurse Kelly Miltimore. After trial and error, she offers insight on raising a child with autism along with a neurotypical kid.

Easter Seals Story: Connecting and Communicating with My Son

Danielle C. Dallo of Southfield felt lost and alone in her efforts to connect with her son, Daniel, who has autism. But with help from Easter Seals Michigan, she and Daniel have made huge strides.

Easter Seals Story: Getting Help for Bullying

It's a reality many tween and teen kids know too well. Learn how one, Nick Brown, grew more confident and overcame challenges with Easter Seals Michigan.

Dads Dealing with a Special Needs Diagnosis in their Kids

It's tough for any parent - but for fathers, it can be even tougher to accept, cope and feel hope. Some local dads share their stories and offer insights.
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