Eastern Michigan University
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Student Education

The Autism Collaborative Center at Eastern Michigan University is uniquely situated to offer training and learning experiences to students in multiple disciplines from across the campus. Students are provided opportunities to learn about and engage with persons with autism spectrum disorders and their families from a variety of majors including:

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Psychology
  • Social Work
  • Speech and Language Pathology

In addition, these experiences are provided in situations where members of all disciplines engage in discussions about programs and interventions to support our clients. Students can see how multidisciplinary teams operate and gain an understanding of the skills and perspectives offered by professionals in different disciplines. If you are interested in observing or visiting the ACC, please click here, complete the form and return to our office for scheduling.

The faculty and staff affiliated with the ACC are committed to the training and development of the professionals who will serve people with autism in the future and who will advocate on their behalf for appropriate care and support. Students are encouraged to talk with faculty in their programs about learning opportunities at the Center. Students can also contact the Center for more information.

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