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Central Michigan University opens new Autism Assessment Clinic
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Central Michigan University opens new Autism Assessment Clinic

CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY-  has introduced a new Central Autism Assessment and Treatment Clinic . This clinic is only one of eight in Michigan and is the farthest north. This new clinic will provide a valuable asset in having children in the Northern part o...
Khushi Centre in Borivali, India provides autism therapy
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Khushi Centre in Borivali, India provides autism therapy

Khushi Pediatric Therapy Centre, Borivali, India - Founder, Dr. Reena Singh. The Centre providestherapy for children who have cerebral palsy, autism and learning disabilities and helps them to develop motor and verbal skills Speaking to Bernita Fenando from...
Autistic Boy in DeBary, Florida no Longer allowed to keep chickens at family home
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Autistic Boy in DeBary, Florida no Longer allowed to keep chickens at family home

DeBary, Florida - J.J. Hart, 3 from DeBary, Florida and his family have been told by the local City Council members that they will no longer be able to keep chickens at their family home. J.J. has three chickens that he likes to chase round in the family's ...
Proposed bill for autism treatment coverage through insurance plans expanded
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Proposed bill for autism treatment coverage through insurance plans expanded

Pierre, SD - The parents of children with ASD have helped to expand a bill that would result in an increase of coverage for specific behavioural therapy treatments offered throughout the state. On Wednesday, the House of State Affairs Committee voted to appro...
Dr James Morton autism activist receives Order of Australia honour w/video
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Dr James Morton autism activist receives Order of Australia honour w/video

Queensland, Australia - The doctor responsible for creating the World’s Greatest Shave is now being recognized for his work in autism treatment and therapy. Dr Morton founded the Autism and Early Intervention Outcomes Unit Foundation (AEIOU) in 2005 aft...
Thousands of children and young people have no access to autism services
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Thousands of children and young people have no access to autism services

Hartford, CT - Medicaid services will soon be extended to cover home-based autism intervention treatment for individuals under the age of 21. The State Department of Social Services is currently in the process of developing a comprehensive plan which will b...