The Autism Alliance of Michigan is leading collaborative efforts across the state that aim to improve the quality of life for individuals with autism through education, access to comprehensive services, community awareness, inclusion efforts, and coordinated advocacy. Any recommendations we make on vaccinations are based on the most up-to-date, scientific information supported by sound research studies to inform and direct our efforts.
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Michigan Vaccination Partners Podcast Discusses Their Vision
Michigan Vaccination Partners, or MVP, aim to ensure greater equity and access to vaccination for people disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
Michigan organizations help peo-ple living with autism reduce risks of COVID-19
COVID-19 has inflicted a disproportionate burden on many groups, but one of the least recognized is people living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). People living with ASD are among those more likely to experience serious illness or death due to COVID-19.
The Importance of Getting Vaccinated Against COVID
The Autism Alliance of Michigan (AAoM) supports current United States Center for Disease Control (CDC) and “American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) vaccination guidelines for both routine childhood immunizations and the COVID-19 vaccination. AAoM recommends children and adults be “vaccinated accordingly. This recommendation is based on the most up-to-date, scientific information supported by sound research studies.
We partner to improve equity and access to vaccinations and other health care services.
The Autism Alliance of Michigan (AAoM), Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI), Disability Rights Michigan (DRM), and Michigan Developmental Disabilities Institute (MI-DDI) joined together to form Michigan Vaccination Partners (MVP). MVP aims to ensure greater equity and access to vaccination for people disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
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