Work continues for Kentucky advocate whose son is autistic

Anne Gregory, whose son is autistic, began efforts to improve services for people with autism in her area nearly 10 years ago. Gregory has worked to expand existing programs and provide services to those who cannot afford them, and she won an award for her volunteerism. She is employed as Kentucky's representative for the advocacy group Autism Speaks, and she is lobbying state legislators to broaden insurance coverage of autism services.

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