The Autism Care Network launched in April 2021 to accelerate the process of moving best practices identified by research into the clinical setting to deliver more personalized and effective care for consumers with autism. Currently 20 autism treatment centers are participating in the network. This new endeavor builds upon the former Autism Treatment Network/ Autism Intervention Network on Physical Health (ATN/AIR-P), which was focused on clinical research. The Autism Care Network and the former ATN/AIR-P were created by Autism Speaks. The Autism Care Network is intended to be a learning health care system in which the . . .
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