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An autism minister may boost support and coordination. But governments that follow South Australia's lead should be cautious

By Samra Alispahic, PhD, Western Sydney University
Andrew Whitehouse, Bennett Chair of Autism, Telethon Kids Institute, The University of Western Australia
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Appointing an assistant minister for autism signals the neurodevelopmental condition is a priority – but a focus on it shouldn’t come at the expense of other conditions.The Conversation

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