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Framework and Action Plan for Autism Spectrum Disorders Services in Saskatchewan

Ministry of Health, Government of Saskatchewan Country Resources Autism Spectrum Disorder Saskatchewan 31 December 2008 Policy document early intervention, health service, plan

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The Framework and Action Plan for Autism Spectrum Disorders Services in
Saskatchewan:
Builds on existing services and supports;
Focuses on evidence-supported intervention, treatment, and support services;
Emphasizes individualized services and supports;
Encourages partnerships at the local, regional and provincial levels in order to
build capacity and foster collaboration amongst stakeholders; and
Supports the Government of Saskatchewan’s vision of building a quality of life
that supports healthy people, families, neighbourhoods, communities and full
citizenship and equal participation of individuals with disabilities.

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