A nonprofit agency in Tennessee is partnering with parents of children who have autism to develop a program of services at the newly opened Chattanooga Autism Center. A pediatrician associated with the center says parental involvement will help break the mold of traditional treatment for people with autism and will offer other parents help through educational workshops. "It's going to be creative, innovative, and it's going to be responsive to their needs," Dr. Leslie Rubin said.

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