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Handwriting Problem Solutions, LLC
Sue Ramin-Hutchison and Merri Domer
128 South Main Street
Olivet, MI 49076
(269) 749-9374
(517) 285-8882
(269) 749-4053 (fax)
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MATR: Michigan’s Assistive Technology Resource
1023 South US 27
St. Johns, MI 48879-2423
(989) 224-0333 (V/TTY);
(800) 274-7426       
 
 
Michigan Assistive Technology Loan Fund
Leah March
4970 Northwind Drive, Ste. 102
East Lansing, MI 48823
(517) 203-1200 
(800) 828-2714
(517) 203-1203 (fax)
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Michigan Assistive Technology Project
740 W. Lake Lansing Rd., Suite 400
East Lansing, MI 48823
(517) 333-2477  (V/TDD)
(800) 760-4600
(517) 333-2677 (fax)
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The Miracle League of Michigan
Steve Peck
P.O. Box 1836
Birmingham, MI 48012
(248) 506-4604 
(248) 282-0313 (fax)
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Occupational Therapy Plus, PLLC 
5833 Oakland Drive
Portage, MI 49024
616-323-1006
 
Regional ADA Technical Assistance Agency
Great Lakes Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center University of Illinois/Chicago Institute on Disability and Human Development
1640 W. Roosevelt Road
Chicago IL, 60608-6902
(312) 413-1407 
(800) 949-4232 (V/TTY)
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Technology-Related Assistance
Michigan’s Assistive Technology Project Michigan Disability Rights Coalition
740 W. Lake Lansing Road, Suite 400
East Lansing, MI 48823
(517) 333-2477 
(800) 760-4600     
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Testimonials

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 We were absolutely elated to receive your scholarship to help pay for programming for our son, Samuel, who is on the autism spectrum. We have been working with Horizons Developmental Resource Center for a couple of years and have seen wonderful social changes for Samuel. The cost is high, which makes each year of paying for programming a matter of prayer and sacrifice to our family with our spending. It is a relief to have this scholarship to help us pay for Samuel's programming. We are so impressed with the progress Samuel has made with his social skills. Samuel will now communicate his needs and concerns with words instead of crying and having a temper tantrum. We see Samuel work toward completing activities independently instead of needing constant prompts from us. Another wonderful change is that Samuel desires to interact with peers, instead of hiding from them. Again, thank you for helping us to continue to offer the best programming for Samuel!


-The Sorenson Family