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Upcoming Board of Directors Meetings


February 16th, 2017, 5 p.m., MORC Auburn Hills Office

May 18th, 2017, 5 p.m., MORC Auburn Hills Office

September 28th, 3 p.m, at MORC Clinton Township Office

December 7th, 5 p.m. at MORC Auburn Hills Office

MORC, Inc. is a human services agency that provides long-term supports for individuals with physical or intellectual disabilities and the elderly. 
Our mission is to maximize human potential.


Upcoming Perspective Seminar Focuses on the Benefits of Being Different


MORC is pleased to announce our next PERSPECTIVES seminar in partnership with Friendship Circle, entitled, The Benefits of Being Different on February 28th at 7 p.m. at the Farber Center.


Listen to nationally renowned Autism advocate, John Elder Robison lead an inspiring and illuminating discussion on ways to look at disability, difference and giftedness and offer a new paradigm for educators, parents and neurodiverse people.


Robison grew up with Asperger's Syndrome and was undiagnosed until the age of 40.  He nevertheless lived an incredible life.  A leading voice on autism, he implores audiences to find strengths where others see weaknesses.  Through poignant examples from his own life, Robison shows how traits that crippled him as a child actually facilitated some of his greatest accomplishments as an adult.  He will also reveal why companies should take an active role in hiring the neurodiverse and navigates the benefits and pitfalls for both employer and employee.


Robison's books Look Me in the Eye, Be Different, and Raising Cubby are the most widely read accounts of life with Asperger's in the world.  He has also authored or contributed to over 100 Autism related articles and he has served as an invited lecturer and keynote speaker at conferences and organizations all around the world.


2 CEU credits for social workers are pending.  Click here for more information or to register.



In Macomb County, for people with developmental disabilities, please call the Macomb County Community Mental Health Access Center at (586) 948-0222.


In Oakland County, for people with developmental disabilities, please call the Oakland County Access at (248) 464-6363.


In Wayne County, for people with developmental disabilities, please call (800) 241-4949.


Outside Macomb, Oakland and Wayne Counties, please call the MORC Intake Services Department toll free at (866) 593-7412.

MORC to Offer Seminar on Alternatives to Guardianship


MORC is pleased to announce that its next Navigating the System seminar, "Alternatives to Guardianship" will take place on Friday, February 10th from 10 am to Noon at its Auburn Hills Office at 1270 Doris Road in Auburn Hills.


Key seminar discussion areas will include:


Options available when a loved one with a developmental disability turns 18.


Types of guardianship


Alternatives to guardianship such as Representative Payee, Power of Attorney, Circles of Support, etc.  ABLE Act


The presenter is Lisa Lepine. Lisa Lepine is an attorney who attended law school at the University of Detroit Mercy.  She has been licensed to practice law since 1998.  In her law practice she has focused on estate planning with a specific emphasis on supporting families with children with special needs.  She currently serves as Executive Director of the ARC Services of Macomb, a non-profit membership organization composed of people with disabilities, parents, friends and professionals involved with supporting individuals with disabilities in Macomb County.


This seminar is offered free of charge.  Registration is kindly requested but not required.  Please call 248-276-8145 to register.  2 CEUs for Social Work are being offered for this seminar.  Approval # is: 012317-01. 
Light refreshments will be served.

Sign up for our Annual MORC Miles for Smiles 5K Walk/Run on May 7, 2017 at beautiful Independence Oaks County Park.  Proceeds benefit dental care for those with intellectual disabilities.


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Click here to purchase a sponsorship online

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