Michigan Autism Council


mother and sonThe Michigan Autism Council was announced on July 3, 2012 through an Executive Order No. 2012-11 by Governor Rick Snyder. The Executive Order created the Council under the Michigan Department of Community Health (presently the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services) as an advisory body to review, adopt and implement the Michigan Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) State Plan.

The Autism Council identified priorities to address the needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorder across the lifespan and developed three primary committees (Early Childhood, Child and Youth, Adult) to support State implementation efforts of the Michigan ASD State Plan. In addition, an Insurance Committee was formed to address issues specific to the Autism Insurance Legislation. Each committee is charged with the development of activities that address needs identified in the ASD State Plan. These committee plans are updated regularly and inform the annual report.
 

Michigan Autism Council Priorities Across the Lifespan
A graphic representation of priority areas of the Michigan Autism Council and committees related to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder across the lifespan.

Autism Council Meeting Information
All Autism Council guests are encouraged to notify Lisa Grost by email at GrostL@michigan.gov to ensure access to the building.
Autism Council Agenda
Autism Council Agenda Topic Submission Form
2018 Autism Council Meeting Schedule

Previous Meeting Minutes
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Michigan Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) State Plan Surveys 2018

The Michigan Autism Council is requesting input to assist in our regular review of the Michigan Autism Spectrum Disorder State Plan.  We will use survey information to identify trends, progress, and areas of need related to assisting individuals with ASD in the state, and set the new Autism Council State Plan Priorities. Please review the surveys below and complete the survey relevant to you, and encourage others to complete the surveys as well. Thank you for your input!

Family Survey for a Child with ASD Age Birth – 18

Family Survey for a Child with ASD Age 18 and older

Clinical Provider Survey (not ABA services) (5-7 minutes)

Individual with ASD Survey (10-12 minutes)

Medical Professional Survey

Provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Services in the Home, Center, or Community Survey

Public Mental Health Professional Survey

School-Based Professional Survey