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Nebraska state plan for autism spectrum disorders

The State of Nebraska Country Resources Autism Spectrum Disorder Nebraska 1 February 2000 Policy document child and adolescent, plan, service standards

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This plan outlines several guiding principals for services directed at children with autism spectrum disorders:

- Individuals closest to the child, especially the parents, in consultation with professionals and
in some instances with the child, are in the best position to make educational program
decisions for children.
- A system for early identification and intervention services is described
- An array of educational services allowing movement within the options is described for
children with ASD


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