DENVER (Aug. 18, 2009) – In the last ten years, five times more children have been diagnosed with autism than in prior decades.  This dramatic growth of students on the autism spectrum requiring treatment or special education services is greatly affecting school districts nationwide.  The additional support needed is straining district budgets and resources - affecting the overall treatment and education of all students.


The growth in the number of students diagnosed with autism enrolled in school districts nationwide is radically increasing, which is...

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