Judson Center is a non-profit human service agency that provides compassionate, comprehensive services to children and families throughout southeast Michigan.
Since opening our doors in 1924, we have grown to provide services to more than 4,000 children, adults and families each year. We have been changing fates and restoring childhoods for children who have been abused and neglected, and others who are challenged by developmental disabilities, severe emotional impairments and autism spectrum disorder. For more infomation: go to: http://judsoncenter.org/about-us
Apple’s Technology Helped an Autistic Teen Find His Voice
“Having a voice has changed everything in my life. No more isolation!” -Dillon
“One of the challenges is the the area of not having communication, not having a way to know what he’s thinking and feeling… Not being able to speak isn’t the same as not having something to say….Everyone has to have a voice and he wants everyone to have one” -Tami Barmache, Dillian’s Mom
Oakland University Center for Autism (OUCARES) integrates academic course work, knowledge and research with hands-on work in the community to prepare professionals to be leaders in the autism community. Through these academic and service programs, Oakland University also provides supportive individual and family programs.
Price $175 per week (lunch and activities will be included)
The camp will run 4 days a week from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. This is a fun camp for our students to connect throughout the summer! We will be working on team building skills through fun activities and also learning new gardening techniques! We will also have the opportunity to go out on adventures, with more details to come!
The Arc of Macomb County’s Annual Spring Garage Sale
Saturday – June 4th, 2016 from 9am – 4pm Sunday – June 5th, 2016 from 9am – 1pm
44050 N. Gratiot in Clinton Township Just south of Hall Road
Plenty of House Wares, lightly used Clothes, Books & Toys to choose from! For more information please call 586-469-1600 All proceeds benefit The Arc’s programs for those with developmental and intellectual difficulties.
The Arc of Macomb County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership association composed of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families, their friends, and the professionals involved in supporting them. The Arc was founded in 1953 by parents with a common concern. For more information go to: http://www.arcservices.org/
DDI’s award winningPossibilities series of videos focuses on the lives and accomplishments of individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
The purpose of the Possibilities series is to present a vision of how individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities and their families can lead the lives that they wish to lead, without barriers and in the direction they truly intend to go. The hope is that these films are viewed and shared by anyone looking to explore all of the possibilities that life has to offer! The videos can be viewed online through the links below. http://ddi.wayne.edu/possibilities.php
Learn about Self Determination and its’ philosophy. Whether you are an individual receiving services, Case Coordinator, Guardian or Family Member, you will gain valuable information about the Self Determination process. Take this opportunity to learn about Self Determination and get your questions answered about this beneficial program!
Call to register: (586) 465-8326 OR E-mail to register: email@example.com