How do parents decide which therapy options to pursue?

Parents needed for new research project studying how they choose A professor at the University of Michigan-Flint seeks parents or primary caregivers of children with autism to participate in a new research project studying the way parents make therapy decisions. “The purpose of the study is to contribute to the understanding of the deliberation processes of parents when selecting among the large number of therapy options available for their child,” said Dr. Jami L. Anderson, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Cognition and Neuroethics at the University of Michigan-Flint....

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New division formed to better serve children and teens

Child & Adolescent Services at LOGAN LOGAN has changed the way it delivers services to children and teens by forming a new division, Child & Adolescent Services at LOGAN. Seven very successful programs, including Autism Services and First Steps, have been realigned as a single group and placed under the direction of Dr. Joshua John Diehl, Chief Program Officer – Child & Adolescent Services. “We are so excited to bring all the services we offer to children and teens together,” said Dr. Diehl. “This will lead to a better integration of services across different...

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Register today for annual LOGAN’s Run

SOUTH BEND, Indiana (July 12, 2018) – Register today for the 15th annual LOGAN’s Run, which takes place on Saturday, August 4. Each year, more than 1,500 runners and walkers take part in the event to raise awareness, advocacy and support for children, adults and families living with the challenges of intellectual and developmental disabilities. The race features chip-timed 10k and 5k runs and a 1-mile Fun Walk, all on a trail weaving through the northern edge of the Notre Dame campus. “LOGAN’s Run has become a tradition and highlight of the summer for many people in our community,” said...

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