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Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network expands to 17 sites in North America
Date:1/19/2011

roenterology (GI), genetics, metabolics, and sleep disorders, as well as nurses, other therapists, social workers and care managers, supporting care management and coordination. The ATN is also dedicated to continuous improvement of care with a focus on streamlining care delivery, and the development of practice parameters/guidelines, decision aids, and other informational tools that can be made available to all families and clinicians, even those not located close to an ATN site. A new parent advisory board with representation from parents within and outside the ATN will provide guidance to the network on network activities and strategic directions.

"Autism Speaks ATN is where all our best efforts converge," stated Bob Wright, co-founder of Autism Speaks. "These sites are hubs of the most advanced autism research and clinical care, all supported by funds raised by hundreds of thousands of supporters at our Walks across North America. Our goal is to continue to expand this critical network to improve access to the most effective treatments and clinical care for as many families as possible, especially those living in medically underserved areas of the country."

With a well-established research infrastructure across multiple institutions and a large patient registry of 3200 individuals receiving care at the ATN sites, this multidisciplinary network of experts is uniquely positioned to also serve as a platform for cutting edge research to facilitate the discovery of novel interventions and effective therapeutics. Autism Speaks has leveraged its significant investments in clinical and research infrastructure to draw significant federal dollars from government agencies such as the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and the NIMH to support protocol-driven clinical research, guideline development and dissemination activities. Currently, the ATN is in its third year of a $12 million award from HRSA to serve as the Autism Intervention Re
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