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Medical Resources


Community Organizations

JACK’S PLACE is a 501(c)3 created by parents who have had first hand experience with the difficulty of accessing resources and information on Autism. Recognizing the importance of early diagnosis, daily care assistance and the eventual need for long term care, JACK’S PLACE intends to provide families who are affected by Autism services for persons at any age with Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD) through a comprehensive menu of supportive, educational and referral services

Friendship Circle creates friendship in the lives of individuals with special needs and those facing isolation while providing an opportunity to become a contributing member of the community. Through our programming, Friendship Circle aims to promote an inclusive community that values all individuals regardless of the challenges they face.

 
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Centria Autism Services

We help you navigate the complex system and obtain the care your child needs and deserves. If you're trying to determine your eligibility for services, or aren't sure of the next steps to take to secure the care your child needs, Centria will give you the hands-on support you need to ensure you have options. Let us help your family.

Also funds Autism Friendly events like Sensory Movies.

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St. Francis Camp on the Lake provides a personalized summer camp experience for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Our camp staff dedicates their summers to ensure the best care for all of St. Francis Camp on the Lake's campers.The main objectives of camp are met through careful planning of sessions and modifying activities to meet the campers' needs, skills, interests and ages. Careful consideration is given to placement of each camper with the most suitable groups and activities.

 
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Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership

 

PARKS & RECS

Our neighboring communities are offering several recreational activities for people with disabilities. Please contact each community for a complete description of their programs.

Macomb Township Parks and Recreation

Contact Michelle Duda at 586-992-2900

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Warren Parks and Recreation

Contact Christine Bary at 586-268-8400

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Shelby Township Parks and Recreation

Contact Joe Youngblood at 586-731-0300

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Clinton Township Parks and Recreation

Contact Tami or Emily at 586-286-9336

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Romeo-Washington-Bruce Township Parks & Recreation

586-752-6543 Contact Grace

or www.rwbparksrec.org.

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OUCARES programs

www.oakland.edu/oucares.......................248-370-2424

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Therapeutic Horseback Riding...............843-263-2004

Hippotherapy Stable Possibilities

www.stablepossibilities.com...................586-292-8472

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Pride of Trilogy Special Needs Cheerleading

www.AllStarTrilogy.com.............................586-532-4171

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Elite Cheer Michigan

www.elitecheer-Michigan.com...............586-948-5867

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Play Place for Autism

www.autisticplayplace.org.......................586-254-6533

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AYSO VIP Soccer............................................586-726-8612

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Faith, Fun and Friends.................................586-264-5469

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Families Exploring Down’s Syndrome

www.FamiliesExploring DownSyndrome.org

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Down Syndrome Guild of Southeast Michigan

www.dsgsemi.org


Sensory toys & Learning

Lakeshore Learning www.LakeshoreLearning.com

12210 Hall Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48313
586-803-1435

Sensory University www.sensoryuniversity.com  888-831-4701

The Sensory "U" offers products from science, math, role play, motor skills, sensory and tactile input and visual stimulation items from birth years through college years. We have been selling to all realms of the toy industry, mainly focusing on special needs which makes us the #1 store manufacturing over 110 special needs items.