Dr. Jennifer Harrison

Behavioral Health Services clinician receives Global Engagement Award

Dr. Jennifer Harrison, assistant professor in the School of Social Work and Behavioral Health Services clinician has received a 2018 Global Engagement Award. The award, given annually by the Haenicke Institute for Global Education to recognize contributions to the global engagement of the university and to its students, faculty and staff; to our knowledge and understanding of global affairs; and/or to communities and stakeholders locally or abroad.

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Autism Evaluation Center Accepting New Referrals

The Western Evaluation Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (WECAN), part of the Unified Clinics at Western Michigan University is accepting new referrals. The clinic is the only Approved Autism Evaluation Center in southwest Michigan. The diagnostic team uses an interprofessional, collaborative approach to examine a child’s skills, development and behavior while offering comprehensive, interdisciplinary diagnostic evaluations for autism spectrum disorder. Physician referral is required for a diagnostic evaluation through WECAN.

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Clinics that Care

The Western Michigan University Unified Clinics were featured in the Winter 2018 issue of the W Magazine. Read about faculty, students and the many patients we serve.

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New Program Targets Pre-K Kids

The Occupational Therapy Clinic, part of the Unified Clinics at WMU, recently introduced a program for children ages 4-5. KG Bound Kids is a kindergarten readiness program that runs for 12 weeks meeting once per week. Capacity is 16 children each session and costs $120 for the semester.