In the face of enormous need for effective treatment services for children with autism, Lehigh University is opening an Autism Clinic that will use state-of-the-art methods to help these youngsters gain language skills and improve how they interact with others. Slated to open in January at the university’s Iacocca Hall, the clinic is the brainchild of Gary Sasso, dean of the College of Education, and Lee Kern, director of Lehigh’s Center for Promoting Research to Practice.
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