Day: April 29, 2012

      by Katharine Elsbree M.S., CCC/SLP Autism.  It’s in the news.  I would venture to say most people outside of the “therapy world” have heard news stories, read headlines, or personally know of a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  A wealth of information on funding, fundraising, research, diagnosis and treatment litters the web.  The most amazing part of this is the publicity that this disorder has received in the last ten years alone.  This is the people’s response to the disorder’s prevalence reaching 1 in 88 children (1 in 54 boys) and growing still. We are here to help.  Children with a diagnosis of ASD often receive speech-language, occupational, and/or physical therapies as part of an intensive

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