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Every December, no matter how old I get, I would look forward to Christmas. It is an exciting time for you and me. It is about sharing the memories and the good times with our relatives and friends as well as with the people we love and care about, especially when we reminisce about the moments from past Christmases. On the other hand, with all of the exhilaration and anticipation of the...

            In October of 2012, Sarah Brightman, an English pop-opera vocalist best known for originating the role of Christine Da'ae in Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, announced from Moscow to the world that she would make the journey to the International Space Station in September of 2015. In her speech, Brightman noted...

I am Natalie and I have Asperger's Syndrome. One may not realize that an autie, a colloquial term for a person with autism, can do so much while it seems impossible for someone like me to accomplish anything. When I was about four years old, I was found to have Pervasive Developmental Disorder along with Severe Pragmatic Speech and Language Disorder and then, about ten years later,...

 What I like about Play-Place for Autistic Children is that they give me more hours and they treat me with respect. At my other job, I sometimes feel a little laid off and they hardly appreciate my work performance. Working here, I hope to be a part of everything that will be coming for children and families. This is why I feel like I fit in much more here than at my other job. -Brianna...

by Shell Jones I’m writing to extend a courtesy update for those of you who have been keeping up with PAC’s progress, and our diligent search to find a  permanent home. Because of the unique nature of our center, we are challenged with finding a place that accommodates our special design, space requirements, location convenience and budget. As you can imagine, this isn’t the world’s...

With the warm weather turning cold and fall slowly turning to winter, everyone here at PAC has been re-energized by the success of the last few events we’ve had the pleasure of putting on in the community. All of our PAC events are family friendly, inclusive good times, with lots to do for the kids and mom and dad as well. We do our best to make these events the best they can be, but it...

As a mom of a child affected by autism, I obligate myself in discovering as many resources, therapy options and educational stimulants possible in an incessant effort to assist my son with overcoming his challenges. As the nation’s 4th most state affected by autism, the passing of the latest autism insurance reform bills 414, 415 and 981 is definitely a buzz word around Michigan these...

Hello Team Autism! As you can imagine, it’s been a whirlwind of excitement here at PAC as we prepare ourselves for the summer season of raising funds and raising awareness and we’re thrilled to have all of you joining us as we march closer to our goal of building a state of the art Play Place for Autistic Children. Every day we are humbled to talk to families who are so thankful that a...

The blessing of my son’s birth unlocked a love so engaging, so inexplicable, so unconditionally yielding – like the infinite ends of the Pacific or the welcoming morning rays dawning a new day, a new beginning…MY FIRST BORN! Blanketed in baby-bliss, I enjoyed every moment as a new mom. Duane was alert, playful and smart. He loved the Spongebob theme song, crawled at 8 months, walked at 10...

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