Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Autism advocates want more for patients - Gloucester Daily Times


Autism advocates want more for patients
Gloucester Daily Times
Because her son's primary diagnosis was autism, and his IQ level was higher than a minimum threshold of 70, Homand was told he didn't qualify for state mental health services. “This was a kid who was saying he wanted to kill himself,” said Homand, ...

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