Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism: An Interview with IACC Member Dr. Matt Carey

4 Apr

I am way behind on blogging. So far behind that I didn’t even mention here an interview I did with the Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism: An Interview with IACC Member Dr. Matt Carey. It was a pleasure to work with the TPGA people. If you don’t know them, take a look at their blog. Their book is the classic “book I wish someone gave me when my kid was first diagnosed”.

The IACC will be holding a meeting next Tuesday. Also, the IACC recently submitted a letter to U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Sebelius recommending public and private insurance coverage of early behavioral interventions for children with autism spectrum disorder.


By Matt Carey

note: I serve as a public member to the IACC but all comments here and elsewhere are my own.

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One Response to “Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism: An Interview with IACC Member Dr. Matt Carey”

  1. Science Mom April 5, 2013 at 15:11 #

    Nice interview. You did a good job of clearing up some misconceptions of what the IACC does and doesn’t do (again).

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