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Becoming a Savvy Consumer

In this series, we will look at the scientific method, particularly as it relates to ASD treatment, and keep an eye out for ways in which we can be effective and savvy consumers

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The Fall issue of our newsletter, Science in Autism Treatment, is out!

Click the link below to read the heartwarming interview with Preeti Chojar, a longstanding and invaluable member of ASAT’s Board of Directors, about her family's journey from diagnosis to early intervention to planning for her son Ravi's adulthood. The interview is emotional and enlightening, and Preeti's practical tips will be very helpful to anyone embarking on a similar journey.

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