New program provides early autism diagnosis, intervention

06/3/2010 | Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), The

Early Foundations, a pilot program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, is providing early diagnosis and intervention for young children suspected of having autism. The federally funded pilot program offers 17 hours per week of services, including play groups, behavioral therapy and weekly house visits, and it is being tested in Cleveland and a number of Canadian counties, as well. "It's changed our lives, it really has," one parent said.

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