Specialist autism teams rejected

March 2010
Community Care;3/4/2010, Issue 1808, p5
The article reports on England's strategy towards adults with autism. Reportedly, the strategy is intended to enhance the lives of adults with autism by improving diagnosis and access to services. It includes a programme to develop training with health and social care professional bodies backed by 500,000 pounds, appointment of a lead professional to develop diagnostic and assessment services and guidance on making public services such as transport accessible for adults with autism.


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