Oakland University Center for Autism
Pawley Hall, Room 425C
456 Pioneer Dr.
Rochester, MI 48309-4482
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(248) 370-2424
oucares@oakland.edu
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Help Needed & Services Offered

If you are looking for specific services for your family or for a special needs child you can post it here. If you are a service provider or have special skills that you would like to share with someone in the autism community that can be posted here as well.

Contact us if you are interested in posting an ad whether you are looking for a babysitter, a therapist, a parent to talk to or for someone who may be interested in your services.

Please note that Oakland University is not responsible for nor are we recommending those who may respond to your ad. We are simply providing an avenue for families to find the assistance they need and for professionals to promote their services.
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Tutoring Services
Special educator, music educator and person with a learning disability offering my tutoring services utilizing music as a tool for memory retrieval for students with special needs.  I combine basic music concepts and use for academics, behavioral issues and more!  Contact me directly if you'd like more info.  JacobALevy@gmail.com  310.720.3558

ABA Therapist Available
Currently working in a Pontiac Charter School.  ABA registered therapist with 15 years of experience in DTT, verbal behavior, experience with children 12 months to 21 years old diagnosed with autism, Aspergers, PDD-NOS, developmental delays, ADD, and ADHD.  Reinforcing, consistent, reliable, honest and dedicated to teaching each child.  Experience with non-verbal methods: PECS, typing, signing and experience with advanced programming targeting theory of mind and executive functioning.  One-on-one, known and unknown school shadowing, community outings, play date facilitation.  References available.  I look forward to working with your child.  Please feel free to contact me at quaustin@gmail.com  (Posted 3-1-2016)

P.L.A.Y. Project Now Available
Easter Seals of Southeastern Michigan is now offering the P.L.A.Y. Project to children through age 6 with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The P.L.A.Y. Project was developed by Richard Solomon, MD as a "train the trainer" model for parents to be the key in their child's intervention. P.L.A.Y. refers to "Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters" and is designed to help children relove the three core deficits of autism: 1) self-isolation and imparied social skills; 2) language delay and impaired communication; and 3) stereotyped or repetitive behaviors. P.L.A.Y. is an intensive, cost-effective, structured intervention within the family home. To learn more about the P.L.A.Y. Project, please call toll free (800)-75-SEALS, ext 2706 or visit the Easter Seals Website or email playproject@essmichigan.org.