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National Autism Center Releases Groundbreaking Report on Autism Treatments
Date:9/22/2009

ering comprehensive resources for families, practitioners, and communities.

An advocate for evidence-based treatment approaches, the National Autism Center identifies effective programming and shares practical information with families about how to respond to the challenges they face. The Center also conducts applied research and develops training and service models for practitioners. Finally, the Center works to shape public policy concerning ASD and its treatment through the development and dissemination of national standards of practice.

For more information about the National Autism Center, please call 877.313.3833 or visit www.nationalautismcenter.org.


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