Press & Media


With new approach, advocates for the autistic are learning to get loud

Contributed by Neal Rubin of the Detroit Free Press The fight for people with autism in Michigan is about to get loud. Forceful. Impassioned. Rebranded, even. But it might take

The Board of Directors of Southern Company on Feb. 13, 2023, announced the election of David E. Meador as independent director, effective April 1, 2023.

Ignoring the rights of Michiganders with disabilities is bad for business

Contributed by Dave Meador Do civil rights extend to people with disabilities in Michigan? It’s hard to believe this question is being asked in 2023. Everyone deserves to be included

Autism Acceptance Month promotes a more inclusive Michigan

LANSING, Mich. — To foster acceptance and inspire Michiganders to work together to create a more welcoming and inclusive state for all, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer joins the Michigan Departments of Labor

Autism Alliance of Michigan Applauds the Unanimous U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Miguel Perez v Sturgis Public Schools Case

AAoM Media Statement -Miguel Perez Decision 3-22-23.docx

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University of Michigan Fraternities and Sororities Raise $210,000 for Charities


Annual event raises funds for AAoM outreach programs 5,000 Expected to Attend The Autism Alliance of Michigan’s (AAoM) annual Autism Hero Walk presented by DTE Foundation returns to the Detroit

Autism Alliance of Michigan Available to Discuss 5 Steps to Create a Back-To- School Plan for Children with Autism and Their Families

WHAT: The Autism Alliance of Michigan (AAoM) is available for interviews in preparation for the new school year. Back-to-school is an important time for all children, especially children with autism


AAoM Joins Gov. Gretchen Whitmer at the Signing of the FY23 State School Aid Budget

The Autism Alliance of Michigan (AAoM) was pleased to join Governor Gretchen Whitmer today at the signing of the FY23 state school aid budget which includes an increase to $9,150 per pupil foundation allowance

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BCBSM Removes Age Limits for Covered Autism Treatment Services