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OBJECTIVES Attendees will review case studies of spelled communication (AAC) in non-verbal individuals with autism and motor neural apraxia through the film documentary SPELLERS. Attendees will be encouraged to reflect on these case studies as they consider their own implicit biases and creating future treatment plans. Clinical studies of the motor skill training in the



The research is clear: the brain develops more rapidly in the first few years of life than at any other time in life. When you Talk, Read, and Sing with children from the time they are born, you are helping them build their brains. Partner with us as we work to spread this message through

Team GUTS Winter Session

Hunter Community Center 509 Fisher Court, Clawson, MI, United States Registration is now open for the winter session. Winter session begins Saturday, January 20 and ends on Saturday, March 9. The cost of the class is $80.  Please contact Team GUTS at if you have need for financial assistance. Class offerings are as follows: Team GUTS Martial Arts (advanced)         9:00 a.m.

Mealtime Miseries – Management of Complex Feeding Disorders


Mealtime Miseries: Course Description: How does feeding, a process so integral to the child’s health and well-being, go awry? The focus of this 2 day course is on the Transdisciplinary Effective Assessment and Treatment (TR-eat®) model integrating oral motor/sensory therapy techniques along with medical and behavioral management for the treatment of complex feeding problems. It

St. Patrick’s Day Sing-a-long & Karaoke

Therapeutic Concepts, LLC 38257 Mound Road, Building D, Sterling Heights, MI, United States

Join us for a festive and fun musical evening! Led by Board-Certified Music Therapist, Claire, enjoy singing with live music, musical activities and performing Karaoke! All Activities Adapted for All abilities $5 Per Participant. Parent/Caregiver FREE Register Online 38257 Mound Rd, BLDG D Sterling Heights, MI 48310 586-722-7524

Spirit Club – Virtual Exercise


SPIRIT CLUB is a free 1 hour exercise program. Attend as many or as few sessions as you like. Mondays at 9:30-10:30 AM We have contracted with SPIRIT Club to offer this exercise program. SPIRIT Club exercise classes are specifically designed to present a range of options to suit everyone. Follow this link for more information, and

Transition: Employment Expectations


Monday, March 4, 2024 9:30am-11:00am Register at Transition services are a coordinated set of activities that is designed to be results-oriented. These services assist students and youth with disabilities in achieving their post-school and career goals. During this free, online workshop learn how employment goals fit into the transition planning process for youth with

Men’s Group | Zoom Meetings


he/him/his  | they/them/their Disability Network invites you to virtually join us on Mondays at 10:00 a.m. EST for our Men's Group. This group is for men in our community seeking support, an opportunity to learn new skills and a chance to connect with other men with disabilities. We will work on managing stress, frustrations and

Event Series Autism 101

Autism 101


The Autism Alliance of Michigan is excited to announce we have an upcoming FREE "Autism 101". Also, we're excited to announce participants will receive SCECHs- State Continuing Education Clock Hours after attending 90% of the training. If you're interested in this training, please visit our training website to sign up. Hope to see you there!

Instructional Planning and Strategies for Academic Engagement


Dates: February 12, 2024 - March 4, 2024 Time: 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. Topic Focus: Instructional Planning and Strategies for Academic Engagement Format: Virtual SCECHs: 8 Fee: $40 ($10 per training) Registration Closes for Module 3-4: February 9, 2024 Description: This training consists of four 2-hour modules that share applicable strategies to support educators in planning and providing academic engagement for all students,

Autistic Adult Peer Support – Tuesday


This group provides an opportunity for Autistic adults to enjoy authentic social interactions and build genuine friendships in a safe and non-judgmental space. All Autistic adults are welcome to attend, including self-diagnosed Autistics and those who were previously diagnosed with Asperger’s or PDD. Meetings will be held online using Zoom. Follow this link for a

Event Series Phenomenal Women Support Group

Phenomenal Women Support Group


This women’s support group is open to women with any type of disability. Women are welcome to come share experiences of living with a disability, support other women living with a disability and discuss a variety of topics of interest in a safe, nonjudgmental environment. The group meets every Tuesday from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00