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World Autism Day 2013: Growing Older With Autism

Professor Dr Eric Lim, Founder of Kits4Kids Foundation

02-Apr-13 15:00

World Autism Day 2013: Growing Older With Autism

April 2nd is World Autism Day. In the US, it is estimated that every 1 in 150 live with autism. The focus is often on younger children with autism, but today we will be looking at how early intervention can help a young child with autism develop life skills, which will help them integrate into the wider community when they reach their adult years.

 

Tune in to hear Meera Sivasothy speaking with Professor Dr Eric Lim on the topic of Growing Older With Autism.


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