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OKLAHOMA CITY – It’s been quite the year in Oklahoma, particularly after a dodgy legislative session that resulted with the Speaker of the House giving insurance companies the opportunity to deny children who suffer from autism. Now a group that helps people with disabilities and special needs will offer therapeutic programs to help treat the symptoms of autism in young children.
Easter Seals of Oklahoma is planning to open the Easter Seals Autism Therapeutic School in Oklahoma City after Labor Day.
The full-day program will feature therapeutic services and interaction with children without autism who attend an onsite day care.
Hopefully, this program will increase autism awareness in the state, as well as around the United States.
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