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Proceeds from the dinner will be shared between the Henry Ford Short Prom Dresses for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD) and the Autism Alliance of Michigan. The dinner precedes the "Living with Autism Workshop," taking place Thursday, April 28 at The Somerset Inn. The workshop, presented by Metro Parent and Henry Ford, will feature seminars with Henry Ford autism experts and guest speaker Eileen Garvin, author of "How to Be a Sister: A Love Pageant Dresses With A Twist of Autism." Dinner and workshop tickets are sold separately.
To purchase tickets for the workshop, visit www.metroparent.com or contact Lisa Grace at 248-398-3400, ext. 128. Henry Ford Center for Autism and Developmental DisabilitiesHenry Ford CADD provides Plus Size Dresses with autism and their families with the highest quality multi-disciplinary diagnostic and intervention services to meet the many medical, behavioral, communication, support and advocacy needs of this population. To learn more.