Michigan Autism Council

The Michigan Autism Council was created in 2012 through Governor Snyder’s Executive Order. The Council consists of 12 members representing public and private entities, including four state departments, a clinical provider, parent, person with autism, non-profits, ISDs, and Community Mental Health agencies. The charge of the Council is to oversee and implement recommendations of the MI ASD State Plan and to advise the Department of Health and Human Services and the Governor’s office on policy, funding, reform, and other state level initiatives related to autism.
Michigan Guide for Medicaid & MiChild Autism ABA Benefits
Coordination of Autism Services for School Age Children
ASD Guide for Pediatricians
Guide for Talking with Insurance Representatives
Community Mental Health Pathway for Suspected Autism Spectrum Disorders
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