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Ley No. 220 - Ley para el Bienestar, Integración y Desarrollo de las personas con Autismo o por las siglas “BIDA (Law No. 220 - Welfare Act, Integration and Development of Persons with Autism)

Puerto Rico Legislative Assembly Country Resources Autism Spectrum Disorder Puerto Rico 4 September 2012 Legislation/regulation education, employment

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La ley número 220 del año 2012, denominada “Ley para el Bienestar, Integración y Desarrollo de las personas con Autismo (BIDA)” tiene como objetivo establecer la política pública del Gobierno de Puerto Rico relacionada con la Población con Desórdenes dentro del Continuo del Autismo de Puerto Rico.

The Act No. 220 of 2012, also known as ‘Act for the Wellbeing, Integration and Development of People with Autism (BIDA)’ aims at establishing a Public Policy for persons with Autism in Puerto Rico.

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