The Michigan Department of Community Health has awarded $500,000 to psychology professors to increase the number of professionals trained to serve individuals in Michigan with autism spectrum disorders.
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A 45-year-old Northern Michigan woman faces charges in what police say was a failed attempt at killing herself and her 14-year-old daughter.
A new study links a common intervention during childbirth to an increased risk of autism.
A panel has given the go-ahead to allow pot to treat post-traumatic stress disorder; but other conditions additions were rejected.
There’s a place where even the biggest physical and mental challenges are no match for summer fun.
Hundreds of Metro Detroit bikers are gearing up for a big ride this weekend, raising money and awareness for families living with autism.
Monday night, Skyzone in Canton is throwing open the doors to children with autism and similar disorders for it’s first ever “No Sensory Night.”
A prosecutor has approved a no-jail plea deal for a 28-year-old man who made bomb threats against Flint-area schools because of the defendant’s mental health disability.
A federal judge has ruled that Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan was wrong to deny coverage for certain autism treatment services.