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Thrive! - A five-year plan to help Manitobans with autism spectrum disorders, and their families

Disability Programs and Employment and Income Assistance Family Services and Consumer Affairs Country Resources Autism Spectrum Disorder Manitoba 2011 Guidelines child and adolescent, early intervention, plan

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In 2011/12, the province of Manitoba will invest approximately $32.4 million for services to children with autism and their families:

approximately $3.0 million to support families of children with autism through the Children's disABILITY Services program
$6.6 million to support the Pre-school and School-age Applied Behaviour Analysis programs
approximately $22.8 million in funding specifically for children with autism in schools

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