WHO MiNDbank: More Inclusiveness Needed in Disability and Development

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Stratégie nationale pour l’Autisme au sein des troubles du neuro-développement

Le secrétariat d'État chargé des Personnes handicapées; France Country Resources Child and Youth Disability policies/plans/legislations and service standards France Policy document

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- to put science back at the heart of public policy concerning autism by endowing France with research of excellence.
- to intervene as early as possible with regards to young children.
- catch up with other countries in the area of education.
- support the full citizenship of adults.
- support families and recognise their expertise.


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