MAC highlighted in Duluth News Tribune

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 speech-language pathologist team at MAC, was interviewed for the piece which highlights MAC resources and other programs in the state for children with autism spectrum disorder. Read the full article here.

Image courtesy of Tyler Schank, Duluth News Tribune, tschank@duluthnews.com.

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