Report: Few services available for British adults with autism

06/7/2009 | Disability Scoop

Most British physicians feel they are not able to adequately identify or treat autism, and the British government has few services to aid adults with autism, a government report found. Even adults with mild forms of the disorder are unlikely to have access to transition programs or other services to help them find work, the report said.

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