The CDC works to identify causes of birth defects and opportunities to prevent them. These websites have information in Spanish and specifically cover current scientific findings and public health interventions and practical information for families facing these disabilities.
El CDC trabaja para identificar las causas de defectos congénitos y las oportunidades para prevenirlos. Estos sitios web tienen información en español y cubren específicamente los hallazgos científicos actuales y las intervenciones de salud pública e información práctica para las familias que enfrentan estas discapacidades.
Courageous Parents Network is a site created by families, for families, to support, guide and strengthen families caring for children with serious healthcare needs. Parents and pediatric care providers provide insight and support online through sharing their experiences.
Therapaws of Michigan, Inc. (Therapaws), a canine-assisted therapy program, is dedicated to promoting and fostering the human-animal bond in therapeutic and educational settings. In the spirit of this mission, individual owner-dog teams visit residents and patients in health care facilities and in schools and libraries, providing social, emotional, and physical benefits.
Paradise Dog Training specializes in the training and placement of Certified Assistance Dogs and Certified Facility & Therapy Dogs. These dogs help those with disabilities live normal lives and are useful in many settings such as hospitals, schools, business places, and at home.
This organization provides resources to families and providers interested in creating a medical home for all children and youth.
This website provides information on a variety of programs that the Aging and Adult Services Agency provides to Michigan residents. Information on long term care, the Aging and Disability Resource Collaboration, caregiving, foster grandparents, and more.
Free Clinics of Michigan (FCOM) is a network of volunteer-staffed free clinics that provide health care services to the uninsured or medically underserved within the State of Michigan.
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