Coordinating Federal Activites With The Public On Issues Related To ASD

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This is a podcast interview with Colin Meeks and Dr. Susan Daniels from the NIH. Dr. Daniels is Director of the Office of Autism Research Coordination at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)/NIH and manages the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC), a federal advisory body that collects public input and provides advice to federal agencies on issues related to autism spectrum disorder. There are a lot of amazing resources that the NIH provides. Check out their websites and listen to the entire podcast so you can see how the public cam get involved. Also, we have one correction: the actual figure for children with Autism is 1 in 59 (podcast states 1 in 58).

All information regarding the September workshop is on our IACC website iacc.hhs.gov

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