LOGAN Autism Learning Center


Masons Place Too is an unprecedented center in the Bi-state region designed exclusively for children with autism. On Thursday at 11:30 a.m., there will be an inaugural ribbon-cutting ceremony to inaugurate it officially.

LOGAN is honoring 10 Years of Service to Families in Southwest Michigan by hosting an Anniversary Party this Wednesday with light refreshments to commemorate National Autism Acceptance Month.


LOGAN Community Resources offers services for adults and children with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Southwestern Michigan, including autism services, residential services, day programs, and employment services. Their staff strives to deliver top-quality care utilizing evidenced-based practices while upholding culturally competent caregiving.

Kristin Wier has firsthand knowledge of how underserved Southwest Michigan’s autism communities are. As a Berrien County native and longtime educator working at centers in east Michigan before returning home and founding Logan Center in South Bend. Kristin aims to open more centers to assist as many families as possible.

Last year, she opened up a unique learning center in Benton Harbor that goes against traditional learning center stereotypes with its bright colors and modern design – it is also Southwestern Michigan’s only non-profit autism learning center where kids may receive up to 35 hours per week of therapy treatment depending on their individual needs.

Last September, LOGAN Autism Learning Centers unveiled another autism learning center in Logansport, Indiana, which will offer similar services for children up to age 12. This marks their fourth location since 2016; their organization hopes to expand further.


LOGAN Community Resources, Inc., a non-profit autism service provider in southwest Michigan, is celebrating ten years of serving families during National Autism Acceptance Month at one of three Michigan locations they operate from: Benton Harbor’s LOGAN Autism Learning Center is among them.

LOGAN started in a basement in St. Joe but quickly outgrew that space as its business expanded rapidly. Moving to its current location in Benton Harbor in September 2016 allowed it to become the first non-profit autism learning center built in southwest Michigan, serving clients from throughout its service area. Our community continues flourishing, and LOGAN looks forward to our collective future!

LOGAN Autism Learning Center in Logansport will officially open for business on September 1, 2018. This location will offer services to Berrien, Cass, and Van Buren counties of Michigan as part of the LOGAN Autism Services network, with tailored programs specifically for families in these counties.

The Administrative and Family Services Coordinator will be accountable for intake coordination, site administration, and other administrative duties at LOGAN’s Michigan Autism Services sites. He or she will act as the main point of contact for families interested in our services and assist in beginning services by completing paperwork, checking benefits eligibility, and offering scholarships as necessary.

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LOGAN’s Speech-Language Pathologists will offer speech and language therapy to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) at home, in center-based therapy sessions, or within their community. Therapists must adhere to LOGAN policies and procedures, provide monthly statistics in a timely fashion, respect cultural diversity and confidentiality of persons served, and serve as advocates for clients they treat while protecting human rights at all times.

INARF Member LOGAN Community Resources, Inc. will mark its decade of service in southwest Michigan with an event on Wednesday, April 18th, from 4:30 p.m. in Benton Harbor. LOGAN and the Southwest Michigan Regional Chamber are hosting a reception to mark this special anniversary and commemorate National Autism Acceptance Month.

LOGAN Autism Services in Northern Indiana and Southwestern Michigan is seeking a Family Services Coordinator / Administrative Assistant to work directly with families seeking Autism services at our sites in these regions. The Coordinator will be accountable for intake coordination, helping families start services through LOGAN as needed, and finding appropriate services outside LOGAN when necessary. In addition, the Coordinator will assist LOGAN’s Directors with daily administrative tasks at Michigan Autism Service Sites, such as handling timecards, discipline issues, annual reviews, and expense reporting.