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Programing at the ACC

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New - Now Enrolling!

How Does Your Engine Run?

A Self-Regulation Group for Ages 8-12 based on The Alert Program.  You can download the official flyer.

A series of lessons and activities using sensorimotor techniques with cognitvie approaches will teach you and your child to:

  • Recognize arousal states as they relate to attention, learning & behavior.
  • Monitor, maintain, and change level of alertness for optimal participation during play, learning, social & self-help activities.
  • Expand the number of self-regulation strategies you can use in a variety of home, school & social settings.
  • Use a uniform language for recognizing and regulating arousal states.

10 sessions:  October 5th - December 7th

Monday Afternoons, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Cost:  $350 per child ($50 non-refundable deposit due at enrollment, remaining $300 due prior to first session)

Deadline for registration:  September 28th

No refunds for missed sessions.      

For questions about the group please contact our occupational therapist, Marta Muusz, MS, OTR/L at mmuusz@emich.edu or to enroll, call 734-487-2890



Want to volunteer at the ACC? 

RSVP for one of the ASD 101 sessions (flyer) and download a volunteer application.


Interested in becoming a Behavior Technician at the ACC?

Click here for job description and information on how to apply.




The Autism Collaborative Center is part of of the College of Health and Human Services, 304 Marshall, 734.487.0077