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Essential Services for the Autism Community with David Laxton


Join Dr. Holmes as she discusses essential services for our autism community with David Laxton, Director of Communication for the Autism Society of NC. David and Stephanie will discuss the types of services needed for the autism community and how the current health situation has changed the ability in how services are being accessed. Related services for our autism population are ESSENTIAL to day to day care and in some states are not being deemed essential and limiting access to proper care.

David Laxton has worked in the autism field for almost 30 years. He began his career at the Autism Society of North Carolina in January 1995. Prior to coming to ASNC, he worked for Division TEACCH at the University of North Carolina for nearly five years, working with adults on the autism spectrum in vocational and residential settings. David is also a past chair of the Chapter Services Committee of the Autism Society of America.

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