The Michigan Early Hearing Detection & Intervention (EHDI) Program's goal is to provide for better outcomes for Michigan newborns and young children with hearing loss and their families through early screening, appropriate diagnosis and intervention, monitoring, personnel development, and increasing public awareness.
This guide summarizes information on education, health, human services, early intervention, and other agencies that help children with special healthcare needs and their families.
Children's Therapy Corner's mission is to meet the therapeutic needs of children and their families. Providing rehabilitation and therapeutic services to mid-Michigan children since 1997, we specialize in a full array of intervention options and opportunities for families and their children
The Center for Autism's Applied Behavior Analysis Clinic is a part of Hope Network's Behavioral Health Services. The Center for Autism is where we diagnose and treat autism spectrum disorders (ASD), providing comprehensive outpatient treatment with an emphasis on evidence-based, early intervention, and ABA therapies with children as young as age 18 months.
The MDCH Genomics Program has initiated a surveillance and prevention project to assess the impact of Sudden Cardiac Death in the Young and identify action steps for prevention. The website contains data and information for providers and families about SCDY which claims the lives of more than 300 Michigan children and young adults a year.