Canadian providers work to shorten wait list for services

05/16/2013 | Metroland Durham Region Media Group (Ontario)

Despite increased funding to serve children with autism, many children with the disorder in Durham in Ontario, Canada, wait six months for a diagnosis and up to four years to obtain the most intensive behavior therapies. Providers say they are working to build more capacity to meet the demand and move students who have aged out of programs to ease the problem.

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