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Federal Panel Wants Autism Funding Doubled – Disability Scoop

A federal autism committee is looking for a twofold improve in funds devoted to researching the developmental dysfunction by 2020. The Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee, a authorities advisory panel comprised of federal officers and members of the autism group, voted final week to request that private and non-private dollars for …

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Tendency to ‘freeze’ may be measurable feature of autism – Spectrum

Jennifer Breen Trainee medical psychologist, University of London Dougal Hare Reader in medical psychology, Cardiff University People with autism have a variety of options, from particular pursuits and social issues to uncommon sensory experiences. But some individuals with the situation additionally present a progressive slowing of gross actions, virtually to …

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