3 edition of Caring for Washington Individuals with Autism Task Force found in the catalog.
Caring for Washington Individuals with Autism Task Force
|Contributions||Washington (State). Caring for Washington Individuals with Autism Task Force., Washington (State). Dept. of Health., Washington (State). Office of the Governor., Washington (State). Legislature.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 88 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||88|
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In Decemberthe ATF submitted its first report and recommendations to the Legislature and Governor.2 In response to the first ATF report, the. their products as a basis for this Washington State Autism guidebook. Additionally, the ATF extends our thanks to Washington State’s Governor Christine Gregoire and the Washington Legislature for recognizing the need and establishing the Caring for Washington Individuals with Autism Task Force.
This manual is a direct result of their. Washington (State). Caring for Washington Individuals with Autism Task Force.; Washington (State). Department of Health. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "July "--Page 3 of cover. Description: pages ; 28 cm: Responsibility: [developed by the Caring for Washington Individuals with Autism Task Force].
SENATE BILL REPORT SB As Reported By Senate Committee On: Health & Long-Term Care, Febru Title: An act relating to the caring for Washington individuals with autism task force.
Brief Description: Expanding the duties of the caring for Washington individuals with autism task force. Sponsors: Senators Rasmussen, Roach, Kastama, Benton, Keiser, Morton, File Size: 13KB. Autism Guidebook for Washington State Description.
This publication was developed by the Governor’s Caring for Individuals with Autism Task Force. It is a page comprehensive guide with information on a variety of issues and resources on caring for an individual with autism spectrum disorder, including: defining autism, medical aspects.
€5 for adults with autism and Aspergers Syndrome. €6 Sec. 2.€€ c s 2 (uncodified) is amended to read as follows: €7 (1) The caring for Washington individuals with autism task force is €8 created to: €9 (a) Study and make recommendations to the legislature regarding the 10 growing incidence of autism.
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