Individuals can get specialized therapy; families can get support



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Leah McKenzie, founder of Autism Spectrum Disorder Services, has worked with families coping with autism for several years. (Photo provided)


FORTVILLE — A company that specializes in helping families coping with autism has opened in Fortville, and advocates say it will fill a longstanding gap in services.

Families seeking treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder historically have had to go to Indianapolis or elsewhere to get help. ASD Services is the first entity in Hancock County to specialize in a key form of therapy for individuals on the Autism Spectrum.

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