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Meet Gavin – How We Support Teens with Autism

MEET GAVIN! A supportive sous chef. A sideline football fan. A rising Roblox engineer. A helping hand to all in need. A teen with Autism. Autism doesn’t define Gavin or what he is capable of. If anything, he is a shining reminder that teens with autism can do anything. With the love of his family […]

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Why Daytime ABA Services May Be Better For Your Child

Circle Time at Judson Center

Crazy Schedule? We Can Help! As the school year begins, schedules tend to fill up quickly. There’s no doubt that the appointments associated with caring for a child seem to only grow with each passing year. It can become stressful to even imagine adding another commitment to the calendar. But, a packed schedule doesn’t have […]

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Autism Acceptance: Everyone Can Foster Inclusion

The multi-colored infinity symbol is symbol that represents the spectrum of autism

Judson Center Supports Acceptance and Inclusion Autism Acceptance is front and center throughout April, but at Judson Center, acceptance and inclusion are a foundation for our programming. When a child or young adult with autism enters services with Autism Connections, they are offered a place where they can come and thrive as their whole neurodivergent […]

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Winter Sensory-Friendly Activities From Autism Connections

Winter Family Fun to meet sensory needs

Is it STILL winter? The holidays and winter months can leave us feeling many things – some people are tired and burnt out and others are relaxed and excited for things to come. After the rush of the holiday season, parents can feel a bit stir-crazy when stuck at home with kids on cold days. […]

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Sensory-Friendly Holiday Tips From Judson Center’s Autism Connections

Making Holiday Wishes Come True for Families in Need

‘Tis the season to be…overwhelmed? The holidays can be a wonderful season of sharing special moments with family, friends and neighbors. But, for children and youth with Autism the holidays can be a source of stress. Many young people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder thrive on quiet, calm and routine. The holidays, however, are often […]

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Jeremiah’s Journey from Silence

Jeremiah | Autism Connections

Finding his voice through Judson Center’s Autism Connections The Mayberry home in Ypsilanti is a busy place, with four children all under six years of age. The boys’ father, Corderril, is taking college courses and their mother, Shatara, manages schedules and keeps the household together. Jeremiah, the Mayberry’s oldest son, was diagnosed with autism spectrum […]

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