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Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012 8:00 am

The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), one of the world's largest autism treatment centers using state-of-the art therapy, announces its CARD Arizona office is now offering free specialized outpatient services for children with challenging behaviors. This service is made possible through CARD's First Things First grant awarded by the state of Arizona and is open to all families regardless of whether or not their child is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. Intervention includes one-to-one in-home therapy, as well as parent training classes. It is open to families in Arizona.

For more information about the free specialized outpatient services, contact Katherine Gutshall, MA, BCBA at (818) 345-2345, ext. 297, or k.gutshall@centerforautism.com.

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