Committee: Autism rates require major policy changes

The growing number of Alabama children with autism requires the state to better train teachers and parents, offer universal screening and encourage greater insurance coverage, a state task force recommends. "The cost for this would be minimal, yet it would impact thousands of families and make their load a little easier to bear," said Lt. Gov. Jim Folsom.

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