Autism investigation prompts concerns of under-diagnosis in care system

Joe Lepper
Tuesday, May 23, 2017

An investigation into the prevalence of autism among children in care has prompted concerns that many are not being diagnosed and are missing out on important support as a result.

Concerns have been raised that autistic children in the care system are not receiving the support they require. Picture: The National Autistic Society
Concerns have been raised that autistic children in the care system are not receiving the support they require. Picture: The National Autistic Society

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