We are here for you
All MAC locations are providing limited services again with COVID-19 related health guidance and governmental orders taken in to account.
Assessments, telehealth (family skills, speech therapy, and occupational therapy), virtual visits, and in-home services are available.
Use the Contact Us form for questions or to request services. Thank you and stay safe.
All children are unique. They have their gifts, talents and other things about them that make them special. They also have their challenges. Their own mountains to climb. Children who have autism are no different. They just have autism.
We understand those challenges and are here to help you.
Our philosophy at MAC is one size does not fit all. We recognize your child for being that uniquely, special person who happens to have autism.
We are here to be your resource. Your confidants. Your partner as you navigate through next steps with your child and with your family.
We are here for you.
Thank you for a successful gala
Our first gala, held on February 8, was a success! Thank you to the participants, donors and staff who worked hard on this first-time event.
We will be posting a recap article and pictures from the gala soon. Keep an eye on our gala page for more information and a save the date for 2021!
MAC fast facts
Minnesota Autism Center (MAC) provides therapeutic services to children and adolescents between the ages of 18 months to 21 years who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Our services are center-based and in-home, utilizing several therapeutic modalities all based on the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy, to develop individualized treatment plans and group learning experiences delivered in a 1:1 ratio or group learning setting with a team of mental health professionals.
Latest News and Events
Adelle Whitefoot recently published an article in the Duluth News Tribune after speaking with parents about their fight to advocate for their children who are autistic. Michelle DeRemer, coordinator of…
The finishing pieces are coming together for our inaugural gala, Shining the Light on Autism, on Saturday, February 8, 2020. The event will be held at the Minneapolis Marriott Southwest…
Children with autism spectrum disorder may choose to use a blue trick-or-treat bucket to indicate sensitivity to over stimulation. WDIO’s Brandon Weathers spoke with our Duluth Therapy Center director Carrie…
Did you know that Minnesota is higher than the national average with 1 in 42 children diagnosed with autism? The national average is 1 in 59. We are proud to…
WHY OUR TEAM LOVES WORKING AT MAC
MAC has 10 centers located throughout the state of Minnesota in addition to its corporate office and assessment center (both located in Minnetonka). Click on any of the center images below to learn more about each location.