This infographic provides information in Spanish on how women can protect their baby during pregnancy.
This overview of Michigan’s EHDI Program explains the process of identification, intervention, and follow-up for newborns with congenital hearing loss.
An informational website with facts about folic acid and how it can help prevent birth defects.
Early On Michigan is available to parents concerned with his or her child’s growth and development and assist families with infants and toddlers, from birth until they turn 36 months or 3 years of age, who may be experiencing delays in their development or if they have a diagnosed disability.
The Special Care for Special Kids guide was created to provide general information that may assist parents of infants or children with any type of special healthcare need. This guide is meant to help parents start building a ‘medical home’ for their child together with their primary care providers.
A quick reference fact sheet for health professionals on women with preexisting diabetes during pregnancy containing important steps for before, during and after pregnancy.
Michigan birth defects statistics arranged by county or local health department.
The Task Force website provides resources and newsletters on FASD and accomplishments from past projects.
This virtual version of the Birth Defects Toolkit provides links to Michigan resources for families and professionals that may be helpful in caring for children with birth defects and a variety of genetic conditions.