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A Play Place for Autistic Children

A one-of-a-kind place for autistic children and their families to have fun

DETROIT – Live in the D's Michelle Oliver introduces us to a place that is the first of it's kind in our country, Play-Place for Autistic Children.

It was started by a local mom who wanted to help other families effected by autism. It's a safe, fun place for the whole family to enjoy.

They have everything there from a carousel to a place to get your hair cut.

Walk in admissions are $7 per child/dependent and $3 adult/caregiver.

For more information click here.