Join us in November!

The Autism Alliance of Chester County will offer a presentation scheduled on Thursday,November 3rd from 7:00-8:00pm at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Julianne Fretz,a research assistant from CAR (Center For Autism Research at CHOP),will discuss the various research studies at the Center for Autism Research. She will also speak about the resources . . . →Read More:Join us in November!

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