Conn. legislation would require certification for autism therapists

03/19/2009 | Advocate (Stamford, Conn.), The

Some Connecticut parents of children with autism are calling for legislation that would require providers of applied behavioral analysis to have national certification or be properly trained school personnel. Some said such a law might have prevented a woman claiming to be a school- and home-based therapist from allegedly defrauding parents and wasting their children's time.

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