If you are ready to take the next step and allow us to provide relief and create possibilities for your family, these are the next steps:
What can we do while we work through those steps?
We know how frustrating it can be to wait for treatment to begin, and we will work as quickly as possible to move from a tour to treatment. While you’re waiting, please investigate these useful resources:
The Autism Alliance of Michigan has a program called MiNavigator, which was created to provide a professional case management service to Michigan families affected by autism. MiNavigator is staffed by a team of autism specialists with expertise in many fields, including clinical, educational, insurance, vocational, public safety, policy, and legal. Their autism specialists work one-on-one with each family to help them navigate and overcome the many barriers they face when trying to access care and support for their loved one affected by autism. Strive Center for Autism recommends that all families connect with this free resource.
If your child has been newly diagnosed, the 100 Day Kit from Autism Speaks is a helpful resource. They provide kits for young children and school aged children.
You also may consider beginning additional therapies, such as speech or Occupational Therapy (OT.) In Brighton, we have partnered with Kids in Motion to provide options for families. When you reach out to Kids in Motion, please let them know that you are working toward beginning treatment with us as well, so that we can collaborate to provide the best fit for your family. In Burton, our Board Certified Behavior Analyst can provide you with the names of local providers if you are interested in pursuing other therapies.
Strive Center works with a variety of insurance companies. If you don't see yours listed below, please reach out to us. We are happy to work with new insurance companies.