Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD) consultants Liz Burke, MS and Christine Maughan, MEd, presented at the 2023 Florida Children & Families Summit in Orlando. The annual summit hosted child welfare personnel, foster/adoptive parents, guardians ad litem, and service providers from across the State of Florida. The two offered their expertise in the field of autism and behavior with their presentation titled, "Addressing Behaviors in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder."
CARD consultants share expertise on behaviors of children with autism
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