Get Started

The Autism Collaborative Center aims to provide individualized treatment that focuses on the needs of your loved one with autism and your family. We are a center-based (only) program that offers early intervention through a number of treatment modalities including applied behavior analysis, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. If you feel that we are a good fit, please use the registration steps below to start enrollment.

Set up an initial intake appointment

The first step before receiving services at the ACC is to set up an initial intake appointment. During this intake we will obtain more information, such as medical milestones, your primary concerns, and other important history information. Intakes generally take 1-to-1.5 hours. Please contact the ACC main office to schedule the intake appointment, or if you have any additional questions.

Your case is presented at our weekly case review meeting

After the intake, we will present your case at our weekly case review meeting where our multidisciplinary team comes together to discuss possible services.

We make service recommendations

We then contact you shortly after this case review meeting to discuss our service recommendations and move forward with scheduling from there. You can expect to hear from us with service recommendations within one week of your intake appointment.


Has your child been Medically diagnoses with ASD?

Have you verified the eligibility of your autism benefit with your insurance provider?

Are you seeking center based services?


Unfortunately, it appears you don't qualify for our online registration system. Please contact our office at 734-487-2890 for further assistance.



*Individuals must be diagnosed with ASD or related neurodevelopmental disorder before receiving therapeutic services at the ACC. For more information on having yourself or your child assessed for autism, please contact your insurance provider or the Autism Alliance of Michigan for more information.

***Please contact the ACC at 734-487-2890 for information about service rates and insurance participation information. Michigan Autism Insurance Reform was adopted in October 2012.