Two recent findings may help identify autism in the first few months of life - and assist in reducing its prevalence. A local autism expert weighs in.
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.
How can we make everyday places and people more hospitable? The Autism Alliance of Michigan is teaming with The Henry Ford - and, it hopes, others - to help make this happen for kids.
With the help of a feathered friend, Alair Bergman of Ortonville, Mich. has overcome autism symptoms, written a book and plans for a bright future.
Was it ADD? Anxiety? The Kozak family didn't know what was plaguing their daughter Abby. But with the help of Easter Seals Michigan, they found out and got the treatment and services they needed.
First-time parents are older than ever, a study says, and special needs rates have risen in kids. What's the correlation - and what effect do aging dads have on their offspring?
Oakland County high school grad Dylan Yates creates a wall calendar full of fun graphics to help out the Judson Center and other southeast Michigan causes.
The bills, which Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder is expected to sign into law, will make autism treatments more affordable for many Michigan families.
Proposed changes to its definition could leave many high-functioning autistic children behind. How might this affect southeast Michigan families?