A commission created a year and a half ago to evaluate Oregon’s approach to autism has returned with hundreds of ideas on how to improve services for affected families.
The 13-member Oregon Commission on Autism Spectrum Disorders summarized its research in a 53-page draft report.
It tackles everything from educating kids with autism, to health insurance issues.
In fact, the commission recommends that Oregon lawmakers take up the controversial issue of mandating health insurance coverage for autism services.
via OPB News · Autism Commission Returns With New Ideas.
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