Woman running autism programs at Brighton facility is convicted felon, has fake credentials

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A White Lake family says they sent their daughter, who is non-verbal and has autism, to a facility in Brighton that’s supposed to offer help and support – only to find out the woman who was running the program was a convicted felon and had falsified her credentials.

Kim Harden sent her 10-year-old daughter, Kennedy, to the Oxford Recovery Center in Brighton. She had been making great progress through a specialized therapy but she suddenly began to regress. Then Kim learned she wasn’t the only parent of a child with this issue. And then it got worse.

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