New Brunswick has an approach to adult autism disorder care and treatment that can most charitably be described as a Band Aid approach. There are many reasons for this Band Aid solution apart from the consistent waving of the “we are living in hard times” dismissal that usually accompanies the replies written . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: New Brunswick’s Band Aid Adult Autism Disorder Care and Treatment
It is difficult to say, as an outsider, what factors weigh most heavily in the minds of public decision makers when they make decisions which impact a community, especially a vulnerable community like children with tertiary level care requirements.
In May 2005 it was announced that a very valuable resource was going . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Autism Society NB Advocacy History: Saving The Stan Cassidy Centre Autism Team