Federal Autism Committee To Reconvene After Going Dark For 2 Years
[Source: Disability Scoop]
For the first time in years, a federal panel tasked with guiding the nation’s priorities on autism is set to meet.
The Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee will hold a virtual meeting July 21 and 22. The panel is comprised of government officials and members of the autism community and is charged with advising the secretary of health and human services and coordinating federal activities related to the developmental disability. The group last met in July 2019.
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