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Are Your Family’s Autism Services Adequate or Absent?

By Nancy Hokkanen Parents of children and young adults with autism know that securing enough appropriate support services can be challenging. Finding good providers and paying for your child’s education, therapy, life skills training, recreation, supervision, etc. may prove an...
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