The Center for Autism
Grand Rapids, Michigan
At the Center for Autism in Grand Rapids, Michigan, we pride ourselves in serving children and adults living with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities, behavioral challenges, ADHD, and learning disabilities, by providing specialized care and treatment for the individual, as well as education and support for the families.
Developmental charts and milestones for ages up to 48 months for various motor skills, emotional and language development to see how your child is developing based on a standard range.
Autistic Disorder and Asperger's Syndrome are the two most distinct spectrum disorders. Find information on their symptoms, tools for parents to reduce stress factors, and ideas for skill building activities.
Hope Network's Center for Autism and DART utilize a multi-disciplinary approach to treat individuals with special needs including autism, developmental disabilities, ADHD, and behavioral challenges. About our services and specialties.
State and community resources, helpful links, and other recommendations to help make your journey easier.
About Autism Spectrum Disorders
Autism Spectrum Disorders are neurodevelopmental disorders that are estimated to occur in 1 of every 88 children. They are regarded as "spectrum disorders" because their symptoms and characteristics can occur in an array of combinations and with varying degrees of severity. These disorders are much more common in boys than in girls, and are unaffected by racial, ethnic, socio-economic, lifestyle, or educational factors.
If your loved one exhibits symptoms of autism or another neurodevelopmental disability, please contact your family care physician or the Center for Autism.