Posted Tuesday, February 27, 2007
This week, a family from Parma steps before the U.S. Supreme Court - at the center of the case: their autistic son and the tens of thousands of dollars needed every year just to educate him. With the number of autism diagnoses on the rise, the question of who pays to educate autistic children is becoming more pressing. And of course, it takes a lot more than just money to teach an autistic child how to make a friend. It takes specialized knowledge, patience and a lot of love. Join us for a conversation about educating the autistic, Tuesday morning on The Sound of Ideas.
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