What parents should do when a child is diagnosed with autism

11/15/2012 | Toronto Star, The

Parents of children with autism and two young adults with autism share their advice in this article on what parents should do when their child first receives a diagnosis. The advice includes taking out loans, if necessary, to pay for interventions while waiting for government benefits to start, and paying for however much therapy, even if only a few hours a week, you can afford.

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