Autism self-advocate explains his position on policy development

10/7/2010 | Wired.com

Ari Ne'eman, who has autism, became the first presidential appointee with the disorder when he was named in December as a member of the National Council on Disability. His appointment to a committee that helps develop national disability policy was controversial, largely because Ne'eman advocates the position that autism policies should be less focused on cures or treatments.

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