Center for Disease Control
Nick Noya, Makai Watson, Michael Pullen
- Center of Disease Control (CDC)
- provides data to help
- helps families with autism
- SEED is CDC's latest study
- study explores early development (SEED)
- SEED find things that put children in danger of ASD
- They try to make medicine
- They try to find kids with autism early
- works nationally to prevent these diseases and disability
- Helps patients behave
- Helps patients speak
- Helps patients interact
Hope For the Future
- researching if vaccines might be one of the causes for ASD
- Try to work with more agencies to cure ASD
- Teach kids with ASD how to cope
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