Sunday, August 17, 2008

The Children with Special Needs (CSN) Fund Helps Michigan Families

The Children with Special Needs (CSN) Fund helps Michigan families provide for their children’s special health care needs when no other funding sources are available. The CSN Fund provides funding for expenses such as wheelchair ramps, van lifts and tie downs, air conditioners and electrical service upgrades to support specialized equipment. Click on the link to print an application and instructions. Sphere: Related Content

1 comment:

scmr77 said...

I work at the MU Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders. We are having a large ADI-R (Autism Diagnostic Interview) training session Sept. 25-26 with over 20 participants coming to the Thompson Center to be trained on the measure. We are in need of 5 families of children with ASD who would be willing to volunteer about 3 hours to serve as interview subjects for the ADI-R. We would only need the primary caregiver for the interview, not the child. Could you please contact the Friends of the Thompson Center group and assist us with securing some families for this training session?

Interested families should contact
Nicole Takahashi at:

phone: 573-884-1893
email: TakahashiN@missouri.edu

Blog Archive


Blogging for autism awareness? Join us.