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We would like to thank Pacific Autism Learning Services for their 2017 sponsorship of ASAT at the Supporting level. Pacific Autism Learning Services provides Early Intensive Behavioral Therapy (EIBT), utilizing evidence-based strategies in one-to-one and integrated settings to teach children with autism communication, cognitive, social, and self help skills. They operate under the philosophy that each child is unique and therefore therapy employs multiple strategies concurrently to meet the needs of the individual. Under the leadership of Dr. Gregory Buch, PALS offers many services including EIBT, Parent Training and Professional Staff Development.

For more information about Pacific Autism Learning Services visit www.palsautism.com/ and like on Facebook at www.facebook.com/palsautism/. Pacific Autism Learning Services, your tremendous support is deeply appreciated and allows us to keep science at the forefront of every conversation about autism treatment.
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Pacific Autism Learning Services (PALS) Your sponsorship to ASAT helps to spread the word on science based autism treatment! So awesome!

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