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Michigan ASD State Plan

2024 Michigan Autism State Plan Update

A committee of the Michigan Autism Council is starting the 2024 update of the Autism State Plan.  The original ASD State Plan and the subsequent update were completed in 2012 and 2018 respectively and can be accessed on the Autism Council webpage.   The purpose of the Michigan Autism State Plan update is to review the current state of needs and services supporting autistic individuals and provide recommended actions for government and external stakeholders that support the education, health, and well-being of individuals with autism and their families. Opportunities will be available for input from interested parties through stakeholder surveys. You can watch the Autism Council website for updates from the committee. The committee expects to complete the update in December 2024 and submit it for review by the state agencies participating on the Autism Council. The final 2024 Michigan Autism State Plan will be available through the Autism Council website.

The Michigan Autism Spectrum Disorder State Plan was developed to build the state infrastructure for comprehensive, lifespan supports to individuals with ASD and their families through access to information and resources, coordination of services, and implementation of evidence based practices.

Michigan Autism Spectrum Disorder 2018 Progress Review and Recommendations (PDF)

Michigan Autism Spectrum Disorder 2012 State Plan (PDF)

Michigan Autism Spectrum Disorder 2012 State Plan Executive Summary (PDF)