1 Plus 1 Therapy, LLC
26N. State St.
Suite 400              
Zeeland, MI 49464                
Bay Cliff Health Camp
N4175 County Road KCA, P.O. Box 310
Big Bay MI, 49808
(906) 345-9314
3292 North Evergreen Dr. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Center for Childhood Development
7086 8th Ave
Jenison, MI 49428
Cerebral Palsy Guide
1073 Willa Springs Dr Ste 2005
Winter Springs, FL 32708
(855) 204-3633
Chef Therapeutic Riding Center
8450 N. 43rd Street
Augusta, MI 49012  
CLC Network (Christian Learning Center)
4340 Burlingame Ave. SW
Wyoming, MI  49509
Comprehensive Therapy Center
2505 Ardmore, SE        
Grand Rapids, MI 49506        
Conductive Learning Center
2428 Burton, SE      
Grand Rapids, MI 49546      
Easter Seals – West Michigan Therapy Center
4065 Saladin Drive, SE       
Grand Rapids, MI  49546      
Family Tree Therapies
2251 E Paris Ave SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Franciscan Life Process Center
11650 Downes Street
Lowell, MI 49331-9489
Grand Rapids Campus; 3rd floor of the Basillica Center
654 Davis Avenue, NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49524
Generation Care
16760 Lincoln St.        
Grand Haven, MI 49417        
Horizons Developmental Resource Center
3120 68th Street SE    
Caledonia, MI  49316    
(616) 698-0306
Kalamazoo Speech Associates
1011 W. Maple Street, Ste. 300
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
Kid At Heart Therapy
520 Butternut Dr., Suite 8, PMB #224      
Holland, MI  49424      
Paper Plane Therapies
400 Ann St NW #106a
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
South Shore Speech, LLC
395 South Shore Drive, Suite 310      
Battle Creek, MI 49014           
United Cerebral Palsy of Metro Detroit
23077 Greenfield Rd. Suite 205
Southfield, MI 48075
(248) 557-5070
(800) 827-4843
(248) 557-0224 (fax)
United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan
Linda Potter
4970 Northwind Drive, Ste. 102
East Lansing, MI 48823
(517) 203-1200
(800) 828-2714
(517) 203-1203 (fax)



 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