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CLC Network (Christian Learning Center)
4340 Burlingame Ave. SW
Wyoming, MI  49509
616-245-8388
 
Comprehensive Therapy Center
2505 Ardmore, SE        
Grand Rapids, MI 49506        
616-559-1054
 
EnCourage Institute for Teaching and Learning, LLC
2845 Wilson Ave. SW, Suite D
Grandville, MI 49418 
 and
3260 Eagle Park Dr. NE, Suite 117
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49525 
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DeafBlind Central: Michigan’s Training and Resource Project
Beth Kennedy, Director Central Michigan University
Sloan 105
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
(888) 758-0508 
(888) 758-0508
(989) 774-2725 
(989) 774-2725
(989) 774-1572 (fax)
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Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
4328 Kalamazoo St SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49508
V: 616-732-7358
VP: 616-828-0186
Fax: 616-732-7365
 
Franciscan Life Process Center
11650 Downes Street
Lowell, MI 49331-9489
616-897-7842
Grand Rapids Campus; 3rd floor of the Basillica Center
654 Davis Avenue, NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49524
616-647-5257
 
Michigan Commission on Disability Concerns and Division on Deaf and Hard of Hearing
320 N. Washington Square, Suite 250
Lansing, MI 48913
(877) 499-6232  (voice/TTY)
(517) 334-6637 (fax)
 
South Shore Speech, LLC
395 South Shore Drive, Suite 310      
Battle Creek, MI 49014           
269-660-1025
 
University of Michigan Sound Support Program
Mary Anne Stoner University Of Michigan Health System F6866
Mott Hospital 1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-0241
(866) 595-5585
(734) 936-4934
(734) 763-7802 (fax)
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Testimonials

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 Our son Gramm has Spina Bifida. Through a scholarship from Family Hope Foundation, he is receiving therapy from Amy Wallenburg at 1 Plus 1 therapy. We could sense Amy's commitment and determination from the very beginning. That assurance revealed itself following one of Gramm's latest intensive therapy sessions. He is now beginning to walk around home and church with only one cane—using his free hand to carry a book or hold his mom's hand. What an indescribable joy!

-The Hulst Family