Copper Country Autism Awareness "Bringing awareness to the issues facing those living with autism spectrum disorders"
Copper Country Autism Awareness"Bringing awareness to the issues facing those living with autism spectrum disorders"

Portage Health Pediatric Rehab – Making the Most of Every Kid’s Abilities

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Copper Country Great Start Collaborative had one of the best resource guides available and have therefore provide this link to their guide.

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Some great resources:

A Parents Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorders

ASAT-Association for Science in Autism Treatment- This website has a wealth of information. The two links below may be really helpful... The first describe the different professionals and what they do.  The second one names therapies and what the research says about them. Please do explore the whole site, there is a lot of great information here...

Autism Speaks-
 This website is a wealth of information...

  • The Tool Kit page, , is a fantastic resource full of specific information on things like challenging behaviors, toilet training, Asperger's, and what you should do when your child is newly diagnosed.... Check it out!

We Connect Now is dedicated to uniting people interested in rights and issues affecting people with disabilities, with particular emphasis on college students and access to higher education and employment issues.

CCAUSE is a Copper Country Support Group for parents of neurodiverse children.

Baraga County RICC - Peer Support, Advocacy, Community Activities


You can support us through the Keweenaw Community Foundation. Click on our FINANCIAL SUPPORT tab and scroll to the bottom of the page for directions.


The Keweenaw Community Foundation administers a number of community funds.  Established in 1994, the mission of the Foundation is to promote philanthropy, develop and manage permanent endowments from a broad range of donors, and award charitable grants that enhance quality of life in the Keweenaw.

Family Support Subsidy offered through the Michigan Department of Community Health

Click on the AUTISM INFORMATION tab above for more information. 


Have a plan if your child wanders off!



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