Unique Iowa program treats adults with autism

Each Monday morning, a team of psychiatrists, psychologists, behavioral specialists, social workers, and nurses at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics meets to do what they often call “detective work.” Their patients, who typically have autism, intellectual disability, and severe challenging behavior, can’t always communicate what’s troubling them, so it’s up to the team to investigate. Read more …

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