LITTLE FRIENDS WAS IN SPRINGFIELD EARLIER TUESDAY
NAPERVILLE–Patti Boheme, Little Friends Center for Autism Executive Vice President and Co-Chair of the Illinois Autism Task Force, spoke today at the Capitol in Springfield at an event recognizing Autism Awareness Day.
In her remarks, Patti spoke about the work of the Autism Task Force and emphasized the need for early diagnosis and treatment for autism stating, “We cannot make up for lost time.”
Governor Pritzker echoed those sentiments in his remarks along with providers, parents, agencies, and individuals with autism who gathered to generate unity and ongoing collaboration to support those with autism.
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